[ UK /ta‍ɪtˈe‍ɪni‍əm/ ]
[ US /taɪˈteɪniəm/ ]
  1. a light strong grey lustrous corrosion-resistant metallic element used in strong lightweight alloys (as for airplane parts); the main sources are rutile and ilmenite
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How To Use titanium In A Sentence

  • Allegheny Technologies Incorporated manufactures titanium, hafnium, tungsten, and cobalt. Eric Lotke: Steel City: Forgotten but Not Gone
  • The ability to produce components in a range of materials including hot-work steels, stainless steel, cobalt chromes and Inconel, plus titanium and aluminium alloys, presents the aerospace industry with large potential for direct part production using ALM. Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news
  • Resistance welding is used to join titanium and titanium alloy sheet by either spot welds or continuous seam welds.
  • The ingot mold made of vanadium titanium vermicular graphitic cast iron has the best comprehensive property.
  • The white plates are composed of a very tough but light titanium alloy that provides a good deal of extra protection to the body's vitals.
  • Silver is a white grey metal which is softer than gold, platinum and titanium.
  • Depending on specific requirements related to their use, hard metals might additionally contain small quantities of chromium, niobium, molybdenum, titanium, tantalum or vanadium carbides.
  • A zirconium-based alloy exhibits 2.5 times the strength of some titanium alloys.
  • The implant material, made of highly biocompatible titanium, is inserted into the bone of the jaw.
  • Other residual deposits are sources of chromium, titanium, rare-earth elements, and even gold.
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