The characteristics of titanium alloy materials
Titanium alloy is not only as strong as steel, and light weight, good corrosion resistance, has good thermal stability, in addition to the universal application in the field of aerospace and aviation, in biological
Titanium alloys are widely used in aerospace and aviation, but also in biotechnology and petrochemical industries. Titanium alloys exhibit different characteristics and have different applications due to differences in alloy composition and organization.
Titanium screws" titanium alloy materials are commonly used in aerospace and aviation applications.
Titanium alloy characteristics
By adding some alloying elements to titanium, titanium alloys are usually classified into the following categories according to the characteristics of the resulting titanium alloys.
(1) α-phase titanium alloy. This titanium alloy is a dense row of hexagonal lattice structure of the alloy, has a very strong toughness and high strength, at high temperatures with a strong resistance to oxidation.
It has high toughness and high strength, and has strong resistance to oxidation at high temperatures. The disadvantage is that it has poor formability and can only be used in high temperature environments.
(2) β-phase titanium alloy. This titanium alloy is a body-centered cubic structure of the alloy, has good formability, but will be easily damaged in the case of contamination, so the application of
It is not much used, and it needs to reach a certain aging to improve its strength.
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(3) α+β phase alloy. This titanium alloy has good room temperature strength and is easy to form, but its thermal strength is less than ideal. After heat treatment and strengthening, it is suitable for use in parts with high
After heat treatment, it is suitable for parts with high strength requirements, not only in large quantities, and more widely used.
Because titanium alloy has good performance in both high and low temperature environment, it is applicable to a wide range of work. It has a low density and high strength, so its specific
strength value is high. It also has good corrosion resistance in seawater, atmosphere or acid and alkaline conditions, making titanium alloy the most preferred corrosion resistant material among many metal materials.
It has good corrosion resistance in seawater, atmosphere or acid and alkaline conditions. It has low thermal conductivity and is generally used in various heat insulation components.
Titanium screws" are commonly used in aerospace and aviation applications.
Titanium alloy also has some disadvantages. It lacks good wear resistance, so it cannot be used for moving parts. The modulus of elasticity is relatively low, even lower when compared to magnesium and aluminum.
It is even lower. The processing and manufacturing process is more complicated and the production cost is higher.
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