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  • Aluminum-titanium hydride powder

    234 Reads | 0 Comments | February 12, 2011

    Metal ‘Foam’ Could Mean Lighter ShipsAn innovative “foaming” aluminum that expands like a sponge and bondsto steel could cut the weight of cargo ships as much as 30 percent,reducing their fuel consumption and emissions.The aluminum-titanium hydride powder expands when heated.Thematerial, aluminum-titanium hydride powder, expands like foam whenheated and is said to be lighter than water and...

  • New methods for producing high purity titanium

    123 Reads | 0 Comments | November 9, 2010

    INTRODUCTION Titanium, the fourth most abundant element in the earth's crust, isendowed with an excellent strength-to-weight ratio and the ability towithstand high temperatures and corrosive environments. Thesecharacteristics make titanium eminently suitable to use in the aerospaceand marine industries and in harsh chemical environments. The primary titanium metal, sponge titanium, is...

  • New Titanium Alloy Will Lighten Airframes

    90 Reads | 0 Comments | October 22, 2010

    New Titanium Alloy Will Lighten AirframesLower forming temperature boosts productivity of the recently developed materialDoug Smock, contributing editor -- Design News, February 25, 2010Testing is now being completed on a new titanium alloy that will lighten aircraft frames. ATI 425 offers reduced weight both through improved performance and ability to reduce gauge, according to its developer...

  • titanium dioxide (TiO2)-coated carbon nanotubes

    79 Reads | 0 Comments | March 19, 2010

    Better batteries with nano-cables28 January 2010Nano-sized cables made with titanium dioxide (TiO2)-coated carbon nanotubes could hold the key to developing new high-capacity batteries, report chemists in Germany and China.  Lithium-ion batteries are in great demand for applications from laptops to hybrid cars - but the list of requirements is long. They need to be lightweight, cheap and...

  • titanium dioxide demand will increase 15%

    51 Reads | 0 Comments | March 19, 2010

    BEIJING, March 3, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/, one of China's leading B2B search platforms, reports titanium dioxide demand will increase by around 15%.China's titanium dioxide industry, whether in production or in consumption, is walking at the front of the global economic recovery. In 2010, domestic titanium dioxide demand is expected to grow 15%, while at the same time the...

  • Argex to Advance Massive Titanium-Vanadium Project in Quebec

    120 Reads | 0 Comments | February 10, 2010

    Article is Recommended Reading: on massive titanium-vanadium project. This is one of the stunning mining stories out there, they have a proprietary metallurgical process to take the Titanium-Vanadium deposit to market and the numbers/ grades/ are crazy large.  The company name is a misnomer as it was orginated from a CPC (looking for a deal when it was...

  • Method to recover rare earth materials from Titanium Dioxide Minerals

    116 Reads | 0 Comments | December 21, 2009

    Scientists discover method to recover rare earth materialsWashington, December 16 : Researchers from Leeds' Faculty of Engineering have discovered how to recover significant quantities of rare-earth oxides, present in titanium dioxide minerals.The rare-earth oxides, which are indispensable for the manufacture of wind turbines, energy-efficientlighting, and hybrid and electric cars, are...

  • Glass thats harder and tougher than stainless steel

    219 Reads | 0 Comments | December 19, 2009

    Scientists create glass thats harder and tougher than stainless steelWashington, March 18 (ANI): A team of scientists has made a new type of glass from opaque titanium and zirconium, which is harder, tougher and weighs less than stainless steel.According to a report in Discovery News, the glass has been developed by scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California, US.The...