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  • Article - 28 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are light weight metals with excellent corrosion resistance, very high tensile strength and high toughness. They are also durable.
  • Article - 20 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are divided into three types, namely, alpha-phase, beta-phase, and alpha-beta-phase. Alpha-phase titanium alloys are known to be stronger and less ductile. Beta-phase titanium alloys...
  • Article - 20 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are metals containing a blend of titanium and other chemical elements. Grade 6Al 2Sn 4Zr 2Mo titanium alloy is a near alpha alloy. Near-alpha alloys contain a small amount of ductile...
  • Article - 25 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are divided into three types, namely, alpha-phase, beta-phase, and alpha-beta-phase. Grade 23 Ti 6Al 4V ELI alloy is an alpha-beta wrought alloy. The ELI stands for extra low...
  • Article - 27 Jun 2013
    Commercially pure titanium alloys contain small amounts of oxygen and iron that influence its mechanical properties. Each commercial grade is produced to provide properties suited for different...
  • Article - 24 Jun 2013
    There are many types of titanium alloys available in the market today. They fall under four categories, namely, alpha alloys, near-alpha alloys, alpha and beta alloys, and beta alloys. These alloys...
  • Article - 11 Feb 2003
    Ti3Al8V6Cr4Mo4Zr is a metastable beta titanium alloy. Grade 20 differs from grade 19 in that it has palladium added for corrosion resistance. The composition, mechanical and physical properties are...
  • Article - 15 Oct 2002
    Ti6Al6V2Sn is heat treatable to higher strengths and larger sections compared to Ti6Al4V. Its main use is in airframes. Composition, physical and mechanical properties and fabrication are all covered.
  • Article - 23 Aug 2013
    Titanium is a while metal that is 40% lighter than steel and 60% heavier than aluminum. Titanium alloys are metals containing a combination of titanium and other chemical elements. They are...
  • Article - 26 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are formed when titanium is combined with other alloying metals such as manganese, aluminum, zirconium, tin and molybdenum.