Powder Metallurgy of Titanium
The conference upon which this work is based fully achieved its objectives and turned out to be the largest international gathering dedicated solely to the topic of titanium processing via powder metallurgy.
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The 50 peer-reviewed papers are grouped into 8 chapters: PM titanium alloy design and processing developments; Powder Production; Effect of Impurities; Metal Injection Moulding of Titanium; Biomedical Titanium Alloys; Titanium Composites; Forging and Equal-Channel Angular Pressing of Titanium; Laser Cladding, Welding, Slip Casting and Other Processing Developments.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: The powder metallurgy of titanium began in 1937, but despite persistent efforts since then, it has not become an important process for manufacturing titanium products. This conference was called as an international forum to review recent developments in both the fundamental science and applications; it turned out to be the largest conference on the subject to date. The 50 selected and peer-reviewed papers cover powder metallurgy titanium alloy design and processing developments; powder production; effects of impurities; the metal injection moulding of titanium; biomedical titanium alloys; titanium composites; forging and equal-channel angular pressing of titanium; and laser cladding, welding, slip casting, and other processing developments.