Titanium alloy series
Titanium alloy is an alloy composed of other elements based on titanium. Titanium has two isomorphous crystals; titanium is an isomeric isomer with a melting point of 1720°C and a close-packed hexagonal lattice structure below 882°C , called a titanium; above 882 ° C, it has a body-centered cubic lattice structure, called B titanium, using the different characteristics of the above two structures of titanium, adding appropriate alloying elements to make the phase transition temperature and phase content gradually increase Changes to obtain titanium alloys with different structures.
The properties of titanium are a combination of high strength, rigidity, hardness, low density and high corrosion resistance. And having these properties at very low given temperatures, titanium alloys are widely used in aerospace structural materials that require weight reduction and in other fields that require high performance.
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