Titanium P/M Preforms, Parts and Composites
In the past twenty years the titanium industry has grown from a start¨Cup condition in 1951 to a major industry in 1971. In this time period a variety of titanium alloys have been developed and programmed into an increasing number of applications. Most of the typical product forms (billet, sheet, forgings, castings, etc.) are readily available. A number of the commonly used ferrous and nonferrous metals, in addition to being available in a wide variety of mill and formed products, are also readily available in powder forms. It is only recently that technical advances have made available titanium powders suitable for consolidation into P/M products.
KeywordsTitanium Alloy Titanium Powder Sintered Density Pressing Pressure Attrition Mill
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