Subcategory: Metal; Nonferrous Metal; Pure Element; Titanium Alloy
Close Analogs: A wide range of Ti alloys are listed in MatWeb. Titanium Grades 1,2,3,4,7,11,and 12 are all considered unalloyed. This listing is for 'pure' titanium.
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This listing is for 'pure' titanium. Although unalloyed titanium is not very useful for structural applications, titanium alloys are highly praised for their use in aerospace, high-temperature and biomedical applications. Titanium is difficult to machine or weld, but has significant advantages over traditional metals. For medical implants, titanium is considered one of the most biocompatible materials available, especially where direct contact to tissue or bone is required (i.e. endosseuos dental implants or porous uncemented orthopedic implants). See the individual titanium alloy datasheets for specific applications.
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|Density||4.5 g/cc||0.163 lb/in³|| |
|Hardness, Brinell||70||70|| electrolytic Ti|
|Hardness, Vickers||60||60|| |
|Tensile Strength, Ultimate||220 MPa||31900 psi|| |
|Tensile Strength, Yield||140 MPa||20300 psi|| |
|Elongation at Break||54 %||54 %|| |
|Modulus of Elasticity||116 GPa||16800 ksi|| |
|Poisson's Ratio||0.34||0.34|| |
|Electrical Resistivity||5.54e-005 ohm-cm||5.54e-005 ohm-cm|| |
|Magnetic Susceptibility||1.25e-006||1.25e-006|| cgs/g|
|Critical Magnetic Field Strength, Oersted||56||56|| |
|Critical Superconducting Temperature||0.36 - 0.44 K||0.36 - 0.44 K|| |
|Heat of Fusion||435.4 J/g||187 BTU/lb|| |
|CTE, linear 20°C||8.9 µm/m-°C||4.94 µin/in-°F|| over the range 20-100ºC|
|CTE, linear 1000°C||10.1 µm/m-°C||5.61 µin/in-°F|| |
|Specific Heat Capacity||0.528 J/g-°C||0.126 BTU/lb-°F|| |
|Thermal Conductivity||17 W/m-K||118 BTU-in/hr-ft²-°F|| |
|Melting Point||1650 - 1670 °C||3000 - 3040 °F|| |
|Emissivity (0-1)||0.63||0.63|| unoxidized; 650 nm|
|CAS Number||7440-32-6|| |
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