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How is the Titanium used in Automobiles?

How is the Titanium used in Automobiles?

Due to its light weight and high strength, titanium has been used as an internal combustion engine part to improve its performance, so it has attracted people’s attention for a long time. In recent years, due to environmental problems, not only four-wheelers (sedans), but also two-wheelers (motorcycles or peddlers) have been strictly regulated, and there is a higher and higher demand for low exhaust emission technology and low fuel cost technology of the car. On both sides of the spectrum,…

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How do Titanium Alloys Work on the Shipbuilding Industry?

How do Titanium Alloys Work on the Shipbuilding Industry?

Titanium alloys have been used in the shipbuilding industry since the 1960s, about 10 years after titanium was used in the aerospace industry. The United States, Russia, Japan, and China are the first countries to study the application of titanium in the field of ships. Hull construction material The hull made of titanium is lighter and can increase the effective loading weight compared with the previously used fiber reinforced plastics, aluminum alloy, steel and other materials. Besides that, it has…

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What’s Unique About Titanium?

What’s Unique About Titanium?

We may often hear about the use of titanium in a high precision field in some news reports, especially in medical devices, aerospace, sports goods, precision products and so on. What’s unique about titanium? History Titanium is a chemical element discovered by British chemist Gregor in 1791 when he studied ilmenite and rutile. Four years later, a German chemist named Klaproth also discovered the element in his analysis of Hungarian red rutile, and he advocated using the name Titanic, the…

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