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Beta C Titanium Springs

Material Type: Titanium Beta C
Material Group: N/A

Titanium Springs Description:

Commonly used for heavier duty purposes on aircraft the Beta Alloys have good hardenability with densities ranging from 4800 to 5050 kg/m3, slightly more dense than other titanium alloys They are the least creep resistant alloys, weldable, and carry yield strengths up to 1345 x 106 Pa. (Solution treated and age hardened).

Titanium Springs Available Material Forms
Wire: No    Strip: No    Sheet/Plate: No

Engineering Data

E Mpa 110,000 Min Size (in) 0.000
E psi 15,900,000 Max Size (in) 0.000
G Mpa 0 Min Size (mm) 0.000
G psi 0 Max Size (in) 0.000
Density g/cm3 4.540 Surface Min  
Density lb/in3 0.174 Max Temp °C 400
Conductivity 0 Max Temp °F 750

All materials specifications are provided for general reference purposes only.

Titanium Springs Application:

Titanium Springs Notes:

E Mpa Young's Modulus These factors can vary with cold work, heat treating and operational stress.
E psi
G Mpa Modulus of Rigidity
G psi
Conductivity % IACS
Surface Min Typical Surface Quality a Maximum defect depth: 0 to 0.5% of d or t
b Maximum defect depth: 1.0% of d or t
c Defect depth:less that 3.5% of d or t
Min Size Sizes commonly available for wire or strip Special sizes may be available at additional cost.
Max Size
Max Temp Maximum service temperature May vary due to operating stress