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  • Article - 30 Aug 2008
    Brasses are copper zinc alloys with a wide range of engineering uses. The addition of zinc to copper raises the strength and gives a range of properties, and the brasses are a very versatile range of...
  • Article - 7 Feb 2001
    Brasses are alloys of copper and zinc (generally 5 to 40%). They are used for high pressure gas valves, gilding metals, plumbing systems and heat exchangers.
  • Article - 7 Feb 2001
    This article discusses the properties and application of nickel silvers, a copper alloy.
  • News - 22 Jul 2016
    Titanium that is four times harder than steel has been discovered at Rice lab. Titanium is used as a key material for artificial hip and knee joints because it is durable, nontoxic and...
  • Article - 25 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are divided into four types, namely, alpha-phase, near-alpha phase, beta-phase, and alpha-beta-phase.
  • News - 9 Oct 2012
    Granta Design today announced the release of four updated metals data modules, helping engineers to find and use valuable information on metal performance, specifications, designations, and global...
  • News - 19 Jul 2010
    Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (NYSE:ATI) is introducing its new titanium ATI 425® Alloy to the commercial aerospace industry at this year’s Farnborough International Air Show, near London,...
  • Article - 30 Jul 2001
    Iron (Fe) is a metal that has been known since ancient times. In fact, the Earth’s crust is made up of 5% of iron, which is the second most abundant metal after aluminum.
  • Article - 26 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are divided into alpha alloys, near-alpha alloys, alpha and beta alloys, and beta alloys. Grade Ti 15V 3Cr 3Al 3Sn alloy is a beta alloy that can be strip-rolled and heat-treated. It...
  • News - 29 Mar 2009
    Reflecting the technical breadth and quality of the upcoming AeroMat Conference and Exposition in Dayton, June 7-11, ASM International is offering a free white paper on the "Forming of Titanium...