Compared to other metals, titanium is a lustrous and silver transition metal with low density and high corrosion resistance to sea water, aqua regia and chlorine, etc. Titanium is alloyed with aluminum, manganese, iron, molybdenum and other metals to increase strength, to withstand high temperatures, and to lighten the resultant alloy.
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Introduction The crust is the outermost layer of the Earth, making up 1% of the planet. It is composed of solid rocks and minerals formed, which are usually slowly formed over a long period of time. A range of elements can be found in the Earth’s crust, among which 7 of the 10 most abundant […]
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Uses of Titanium Alloys in Civil Aircraft Titanium alloy is an alloy composed of titanium as a base material and other elements. It has the outstanding advantages of low density, high specific strength, good corrosion resistance, good heat and low-temperature resistance, non-magnetic, good impact resistance, and good welding performance. Therefore, it is widely used in the chemical […]
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Strengthening Mechanism of TZC Alloy TZC alloy, namely molybdenum–titanium–zirconium-carbon alloy, is an aluminum alloy composed of a high content of titanium, zirconium, carbon, and molybdenum, and its general composition is Mo-1.25Ti-0.15Zr-0.15C. Compared with TZM alloy, TZC alloy has better high-temperature resistance and greater strength and can be used as a mold for high-temperature heat processing of […]
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High-strength & High-elasticity Titanium Alloy Development Status Titanium alloy‘s high strength and low elastic modulus endow it with excellent elastic deformation ability, and it is widely used in the aerospace field as a structural and functional integrated material. In the 1950s, the United States first used titanium alloy bolts made of Ti-6Al-4V on B-52 bombers, which […]
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Titanium Zirconium Molybdenum (TZM) Alloy for Hot Runner Nozzles Why use titanium zirconium molybdenum (TZM) alloy for hot runner nozzles? In this article, we will try to find the answer to this question. According to reports, HRSflow is completing the expansion of its 3,000 square meter factory in San Polo di Piave, Italy. The expansion is […]
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Corrosion Resistance of Titanium & Its Applications Due to the excellent corrosion resistance of titanium, it is widely used in petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, metallurgy, electronics, aviation, aerospace, marine, and other related fields. In this article, let’s take a deeper look at the corrosion resistance of titanium and its applications. Titanium has excellent corrosion resistance to […]
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Tungsten Titanium Alloy Target for Chips The main reason why new semiconductor chips choose tungsten titanium alloy targets as the diffusion barrier and bonding layer is that the alloy has good surface adhesion and excellent heat dissipation properties. In this way, the prepared product will have a higher comprehensive performance. Tungsten-titanium alloy is an alloy that […]
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Application of Titanium in Watches As we all know, watches are necessities in people’s daily life. Traditional watches are made of brass and the surface is electroplated with Ni. The surface layer of this watch contains a large amount of nickel, which often causes a “nickel allergic reaction” when worn. Therefore, since the 1970s, relevant scientific and […]
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Development & Wide Application of Titanium Alloy Titanium alloy is a very important refractory material. Its development history has experienced more than half a century and it has been widely used. If you want to know the history of titanium alloy or its applications, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we […]
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How was titanium discovered and used by humans? Titanium is a gray transition metal with a melting point of 1660°C, a boiling point of 3287°C, and a density of 4.54g/cm³. Titanium is light in weight, high in strength, and has good corrosion resistance. Therefore, it has broad application prospects in the fields of aerospace, weaponry, energy, […]
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