Titanium Alloys: Types, Properties and Research Insights



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Titanium and its alloys are among the most important materials with a wide range of applications. Titanium and its alloy offer a good combination of properties, such as low density, high strength-to-weight ratio, good biocompatibility, and excellent corrosion resistance. These excellent properties make Titanium and its alloys the favourite of many industries that ranges between, land, air and water applications. In this book, Chapter One provides a review of laser additive manufacturing of titanium and its alloys. Chapter Two presents some of these properties produced through research of laser metal deposition of Ti6Al4V. Chapter Three determines the effects of welding heat input on the high-temperature tensile properties, toughness, and microstructural features of titanium alloy. Chapter Four presents a commentary on the positive roles of hydrogen in titanium alloys in the aspects of microstructural refinement, hot workability, superplasticity, powder metallurgy, hydrogen storage, mechanical properties, wear resistance, welding, bonding, machining and deoxidation, with the purpose of helping readers to obtain a quick method of the special and effective hydrogen treatment technology of titanium alloys. (Imprint: Novinka)


Chapter 1. A Review of Laser Additive Manufacturing of Titanium and its Alloys
R. M. Mahamood and E. T. Akinlabi (Department of Mechanical Engineering Science, University of Johannesburg, Auckland Park Kingsway Campus, Johannesburg, South Africa, and others)

Chapter 2. Properties of Titanium Alloy Manufactured by Laser Metal Deposition Process
Rasheedat M. Mahamood and Esther T. Akinlabi (University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa, and others)

Chapter 3. Effects of Welding Heat Input and TIG Dressing Repair Welding on Ti-3Al-2.5V Titanium Alloy
Yi Hui-Jun, Lee Yong-Jun and Lee Kwang-O (School of Mechanical Engineering, Pusan National University, Busan, Korea)

Chapter 4. Positive Roles of Hydrogen in Titanium Alloys
Jingwei Zhao, Zhengyi Jiang, Hua Ding, and Chong Soo Lee (School of Mechanical, Materials and Mechatronic Engineering, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW, Australia, and others)


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