What is the density of titanium alloy?

The density of titanium alloys is generally around (4.51 g/cm3) and is only 60% of steel.
  The density of titanium material is generally calculated according to the density of 4.51g/cm3. However, titanium alloy because of different grades, the material element content is different, different grades of titanium alloy density will be slightly different.
  First, the type of titanium alloy:
  At room temperature, titanium alloy has three substrate tissues, titanium can be divided into the following three categories: α alloy, (α plus β) alloy and β alloy. Ta, TC and TB are represented in China.
  1, α alloy
  It is a single-phase alloy composed of α phase-solids, whether at general temperature or at higher actual application temperature, is α phase, stable tissue, wear resistance is higher than pure titanium, strong antioxidant capacity. At a temperature of 500 degrees C to 600 degrees C, its strength and creep resistance are still maintained, but heat treatment cannot be strengthened, and room temperature strength is not high.
  2, β alloy
  It is a single-phase alloy composed of β phase-solid solubles, which has a high strength without heat treatment, is further strengthened after quenching and aging, and the room temperature strength can reach 1372 to 1666 MPa;
However, the thermal stability is poor and should not be used at high temperatures.
  3, α and β alloy
  It is a two-phase alloy, with good comprehensive performance, good organizational stability, good toughness, plasticity and high temperature deformation performance, can be better heat pressure processing, quenching, aging to strengthen the alloy. The intensity after heat treatment is about 50% to 100% higher than the annealing state. High temperature strength, can be in 400 degrees C to 500 degrees C temperature for long-term operation, its thermal stability is lower than α alloy.

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