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Aerospace alloys and applications
The high strength and low density of titanium and its alloys have from the first ensured a positive role for the metal in aero-engine and airframe applications....
Airline profits fall, but efficiency quest lifts aircraft construction
James Chater reviewed the implications for the stainless steel and titanium industries....
High expectations: the aerospace industry is driving titanium sales and innovation
High expectations: the aerospace industry is driving titanium sales and innovation The aerospace industry has been hit by recession and the Icelandic volcano eruptions. Now signs show titanium sales a...
Special processes, vital parts: making aerospace components safe and airworthy
Component performance is vital for aircraft components in order to ensure airworthiness, integrity and safety. Processes such as welding, heat treating and chemical processes require strict adhesion t...
The evolution of ATI Aerospace
2008 was an exciting time to be amidst the record backlog and major increases in demand for titanium and superalloys, writes ATI Allegheny Ludlum’s Cheryl A. Botti....
The titanium industry – 2000 to the present
Mary Moynihan-Downes reviews the state of the titanium industry. ...
Titanium and aerospace: two interdependent industries
In 2009, Stainless Steel World surveyed the role of titanium in modern aircraft and outlined recent alloy and technology developments....
Titanium soars to new highs, its appeal enhanced by new and emerging applications
The titanium industry took a fair knock during the financial crisis, but is gradually recovering. The growth is anticipated to come from strengthening aerospace and nuclear power sales as well as auto...
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