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INTRODUCTION APPLICATION - SPECIFICATION
The industry as we know it today is over 40 years old. Titanium is most commonly associated with jet engines and airframes, but the most recent media attention has been given to fittings for prosthetic devices and the artificial heart.
Titanium is the world's fourth most abundant structural metal. It is found in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, U.S.S.R, China and Australia in the forms of ilmenite, rutile and other ores. The most widely used means of winning the metal from the ore is the Kroll process which uses magnesium as a reducing agent. Sodium is also used as a reducing agent by some producers.
Titanium as an industrial metal is used as commercially pure (CP) titanium, i.e. with small additions of oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen and iron. CP titanium possesses a strength similar to stainless steel, but displays superior corrosion resistance in certain aggressive media. CP titanium is used mainly in the chemical industry or in closely related industries.
Titanium is also widely used to form alloys. Titanium-based alloys normally contain elements like aluminum, vanadium, tin, molybdenum, iron, silicon and sometimes specialty metals like palladium, ruthenium, tungsten, niobium and so on. Titanium alloys can have strength similar to structural steels.
Physical Properties compare with some common metals