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- - By ssbn727 (*****) Date 01-26-2008 13:02
Check it out folks!!!

Here are some applications with links to videos:

Here are some micrographs showing Zircoium- 2.5% NB alloy used in certain nuclear reactors to contain fuel and heavy water... The rest is explained in the link so ,enjoy!!!

Don't forget to look at the Power point lectures on Ti included in the first link :) :) :)

Parent - - By ssbn727 (*****) Date 01-26-2008 13:19
I almost forgot... Here are some more links on Ti:

Titanium Index of properties:

Here's a  technical reference guide from Titanium Industries:

A Ti applications guide also:

Well - Thats' all for now folks so, ENJOY the READING!!!

Parent - - By Plasma-Brain (**) Date 01-27-2008 23:32
Wow, those are some fun links.
The aircraft engine test one is really amazing, where do you find videos like that???

The friction welding video was pretty cool too, ive read about it but never seen it in action before :)

Parent - - By Tommyjoking (****) Date 02-06-2008 11:36
DAMM henry....thank you
Parent - By ssbn727 (*****) Date 02-06-2008 12:05
You're very "WELDCOME" Tommy!!! :) :) :)

Parent - By ssbn727 (*****) Date 02-06-2008 12:15 Edited 02-06-2008 12:17
Hi Plasma-Brain!!!

I search the far reaches in Cyberspace ;)

Seriously though... What I do is to use multiple tabs and search engines which results in a much more thorough search routine... I then filter out the sites which offer limited specifics on the topics I'm interested in reviewing, and sometimes I use up to three computers at the same time but, I don't always follow that method because usually I find what I'm looking for in a very short period of time relatively speaking of course!!! I also use search engines that enable me to write in the topics without all of the sophisticated logic options offered by some other engines that really limit your search to what you write in... So there you go - that's my secret ;) :) :)

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