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ISBN 9780849332739
Published July 13, 2005 by CRC Press
216 Pages - 105 B/W Illustrations

 
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This text offers previously elusive information on state-of-the-art Russian metallurgic technology of titanium alloys. It details their physical, mechanical, and technological properties, as well as treatments and applications in various branches of modern industry, particularly aircraft and aerospace construction. Titanium Alloys: Russian Aircraft and Aerospace Applications addresses all facets of titanium alloys in aerospace and aviation technology, including specific applications, fundamentals, composition, and properties of commercial alloys. It is useful for all students and researchers interested in the investigation and applications of titanium.

Table of Contents

Structure and Properties of Unalloyed Titanium. Interaction Between Titanium and Alloying Elements. Low and Middle Strength Alloys. General Usage, Medium and High-Strength Martensitic Type Two Phase Alloys. Heat Resistance Titanium Alloys. Titanium Alloys for Castings. Some Peculiarities of Titanium Alloys Production and Usage in Aero-Space Industries. Fields and Efficiency of Application Titanium Alloys in Aero-Engines and Aircrafts.

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This book owes its being to ten years of generously sponsored research, support which the authors gratefully acknowledge. … The authors have penetrated deep into previously uncharted waters and claim a first for applying thermodynamic/mathematical modelling
to the complex issue of inducing phase developments which lead to enhanced mechanical properties. It is to be hoped that these new findings will become more widely known and soon put to profitable practical use.
—Peter C. Gasson CEng, MIMechE, FRAeS, in The Aeronautical Journal, November 2009