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Wrought aluminium

Wrought aluminium

Wrought aluminium

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We are tying to determine strength data for Wrought Titanium. Does anyone know what the differences between a cold forged titanium and a Wrought Titanium are? Also, would using a heat forged Aluminium, value be acceptable?
Thanks,
       Jim

RE: Wrought aluminium

Jim:
Have you looked at MIL-T-9046 and MIL-T-9047? They should give you strength values for both wrought and forged titanium.

RE: Wrought aluminium

You can't use the wrought aluminum values for titanium.  Titanium is much stronger than aluminum alloys--check the ASM desk reference handbook for metal tensile values etc.  You can also contact their website for information-- www.asminternational.org.

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