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    Chapter 7: Metallography of Titanium and Its Alloys

    Published: 2017

    Metallography, an important division of physical metallurgy, concerns itself with the internal structure and constitution of metals.

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    Metal Additive Manufacturing—A Review

    Published: 2015
    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.

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    Ultrasonic Inspection

    Published: 2015
    Authors: Revised by Paul G. Kenny, NAVAIR FRCSE, Jacksonville, FL

    Ultrasonic inspection is a nondestructive method in which beams of highfrequency mechanical waves are introduced into materials for the detection of surface and subsurface flaws in the material.

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    Chapter 15: Applications of Titanium

    Published: 2015

    The birth of the commercial titanium industry occurred when U.S. companies TIMET and Rem-Cru Titanium were established in 1950.

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    Chapter 14: Corrosion

    Published: 2015

    Corrosion is of major concern in our present-day world, and no study of titanium is complete without an understanding of its corrosion resistance.

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    Chapter 13: Machining and Chemical Shaping of Titanium

    Published: 2015

    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.

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    Chapter 12: Joining Titanium and Its Alloys

    Published: 2015

    Titanium can be joined by most methods common to the metals fabricating industry, including welding, brazing, soldering, adhesive bonding, and mechanical fastening.

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    Chapter 11: Forming of Titanium Plate, Sheet, Strip, and Tubing

    Published: 2015

    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.

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    Chapter 10: Secondary Working of Bar and Billet

    Published: 2015

    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.

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    Chapter 9: Primary Working

    Published: 2015

    Titanium and titanium alloys are fabricated using many methods to produce mill products, including billet, bar, rod, wire, plate, sheet, strip, extrusions, pipe, and tubing.

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