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This chapter contains the engineering properties and related characteristics of titanium and titanium alloys used in aircraft and missile structural applications.

Titanium is a relatively lightweight, corrosion-resistant structural material that can be strengthened greatly through alloying and, in some of its alloys, by heat treatment. Among its advantages for specific applications are:
  • good strength-to-weight ratio
  • low density
  • low coefficient of thermal expansion
  • good corrosion resistance
  • good oxidation resistance at intermediate temperatures
  • good toughness and
  • low heat-treating temperature during hardening.
 

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