00 Hardcover TL240 Aluminum, magnesium, beryllium, titanium, titanium aluminides, engineering plastics, structural ceramics, and composites are the materials for which the book provides information on the properties, processing, and applications.
What does TiAl stand for?
TiAl stands for Titanium Aluminide
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For years, engineers have known that titanium aluminide alloys offer great weight benefits over the nickel superalloys used today in conventional jet engines.
1996) Pressure-assisted reactive synthesis of titanium aluminides from dense 50Al-50Ti elemental powder blends.
We at Sinterstahl, as it was known then, were developing titanium aluminide with Plansee, which was supplying the aerospace industry," says Wolfgang Lausecker, Racing Components business unit manager.
Titanium aluminides have such impressive high temperature properties that they are likely to compete with nickel-based alloys for use in aircraft engines and automotive engine valves.
690 TN773 The globe-hopping, biennial conference is devoted to research in aluminum, magnesium, titanium, and titanium aluminides.