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Titanium and its Alloy

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 1351-1361

Keywords : Earth Element; Titanium and Titanium Alloys;

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Iron is acknowledged as the most useful minerals ever mined from Earth, due to the various exclusive properties it has. Its physical and mechanical properties are proven desirable, is very manageable but it also has its issues like the fact that it is heavyweight, its corrosion resistance is low and its limitation in some fields, simultaneously propelling other companies and researchers to be in the lookout for other alternatives. Many have come to know of the advantages of titanium alloys in engineering applications. They are very strong and have great corrosion resistance, and can perform well at temperatures up to approximately 600C with a density of about 60 % of engineering steels and almost half that of nickel alloys. Despite its cost and supply issues, and how it is seen as an exotic metal, the use of titanium in aerospace and military projects is on the increase. The specific properties of titanium and its alloys indicate that the cost-effective component manufacturing requires special techniques.

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