Article - 30 Jan 2002
Titanium alloys can be classified either by structure or strength. The main structures are alpha, beta and alpha-beta, which are described. Different strength classifications also exist, and this is...
Article - 2 Apr 2002
Physical properties of titanium and titanium alloys such as density strength, thermal conductivity, electrical resistivity, magnetic properties, elastic modulus, poissons ratio, tensile strength,...
Article - 24 Jun 2022
Alloyed titanium has been studied extensively and found to have suitable qualities for use as a dental cast. While some combinations of metals with titanium may not yield desirable results, the Ti-Cu...
Article - 19 Dec 2011
Titanium is a very attractive material for many applications because of it’s low density, high strength and excellent corrosion resistance, however, it’s use is rather limited because of it’s high...
Article - 10 Dec 2007
In this article an electrochemical treatment process is used to effectively form hydroxyapatite, HAP, in simulated body fluid on the surface of TNTZ for biocompatible prosthetic applications.
Article - 25 Oct 2005
Electrical characteristics of ohmic contacts on p-type 4H-SiC semiconductor substrates were studied for the environmental sensor applications. The results of the contact properties are strongly...
Article - 30 Nov 2005
Titanium and cobalt alloys were subjected to a biomimetic process mimicing human blood plasma or a simulated body fluid in order to coat the surface with a bone like ceramic apatite layer.
Article - 4 Sep 2012
MAX phases exhibit a unique combination of characteristics of both ceramics and metals with unusual mechanical, electrical and thermal properties making them suitable for numerous applications.
Article - 19 Sep 2005
Using an acidic sol-gel processes to produce compounds with similar structures to Ba3Li2Ti8O20 results in lower surface areas and porosity and hence lower catalytic activity. Catalytic bahviour was...
Article - 7 Aug 2001
Titanium and titanium alloys have been employed successfully for applications such as water and product pipework, heat exchangers, vessels and ancillary equipment. Reasons for increased use include...