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What are the uses of Titanium in All Walks of Life?

What are the uses of Titanium in All Walks of Life?

Titanium was an important structural metal developed in the 1950s. Titanium alloys are characterized by low density and thermal conductivity, high specific strength, good corrosion resistance, non-toxic, non-magnetic, good biocompatibility, and strong surface decoration, which are widely used in aviation, aerospace, chemical industry, petroleum, electric power, medical, construction, sports goods and other fields. Many countries in the world have realized the importance of titanium alloy materials and have developed them successively. Aviation industry The biggest users of titanium in aerospace…

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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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