Metallography, an important division of physical metallurgy, concerns itself with the internal structure and constitution of metals.
Authors: William E. Frazier, Naval Air Systems Command
This article reviews the state-of-the-art of the important, rapidly emerging manufacturing technology that is alternatively called additive manufacturing (AM), direct digital manufacturing, free-form fabrication, three-dimensional (3-D) printing, and so on.
This chapter introduces the terminology of conventional and nonconventional machining processes and details general guidelines for successful handling of titanium and its alloys using these machining processes.
This chapter discusses the type of fabrication referred to as secondary working as distinct from primary working processes described in Chapter 9, Primary Working, in this book.
After converting a titanium alloy ingot into bar or billet, it can be further worked into useful shapes using essentially the same processes and equipment used to work other metals and alloys.
This chapter discusses techniques for melting and casting of titanium and its alloys and describes applications of powder metallurgy (PM) to these engineering metals.