Paper Title:

The FFC Cambridge Process for Production of Low Cost Titanium and Titanium Powders

Periodical Key Engineering Materials (Volume 436)
Main Theme Cost-Affordable Titanium III
Edited by M. Ashraf Imam, F. H. Froes, Kevin F. Dring
Pages 75-83
DOI 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.436.75
Citation Mark Bertolini et al., 2010, Key Engineering Materials, 436, 75
Online since May 2010
Authors Mark Bertolini, Lee Shaw, Lucy England, Kartik Rao, James Deane, James Collins
Keywords Alloy, Consolidation, Electrolysis, FFC-Cambridge Process, Gas Atomization, Grinding, Hydriding-Grinding-Dehydriding, Low Cost, Metal Oxide, Near Net Shape Manufacture, Powder, Powder Process, Titanium
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The current status and recent advancements in the use of the FFC Cambridge process for the production of low cost titanium and titanium powders is presented. This will include an overview of the process, current and future process equipment and recent results in terms of chemistry, structure and properties of powder and consolidated product. The future direction and activities for the FFC Cambridge process will also be briefly discussed.