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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Low-cost Titanium: 'Affordable Ti'
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A Systematic Experimental Investigation of the Planar-to-wavy Slip Transition in Model Ti-O Alloys
Aeration Leaching Process for Producing Synthetic Rutile in a Novel Gas-liquid-solid Reactor
Calciothermic Synthesis of Fine, Hydrogenated Ti- and Ti-Nb-powder
Cost-effective PM Ti Compositions and Processing
Electrodeposition of Titanium Aluminide (TiAl) Alloy from AlCl3-BMIC Ionic Liquid at Low Temperature
Electroplastic Effects in a Dilute Ti-Al Alloy
Fast Step 3- Titanium Swarf to Engine Parts in 3 Steps
High Strength and Ductility Titanium Materials with Cheap Alloying Elements Fabricated by Powder Metallurgy
Low-cost Titanium Extraction Process: Molten Salt Electrolysis with Titanium Oxycarbide (TiCxO1-x) as Soluble Anode
M-61: Deoxidation of TiAl Alloy Scrap with Metallic Yttrium and Calcium Fluoride Slag
M-62: Direct Fabrication of Strong and Ductile Ti-6Al-4V Alloy by Hot Pressing of the Machining Swarf
M-63: Effect of Sintering Temperature on Mechanical and Tribological Behavior of Ti-Ni Alloy for Biomedical Applications
M-64: Powder Metallurgy Fabrication, Microstructures and Tensile Mechanical Properties of Low Cost and High Performance Ti and Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Parts and Structural Members
M-65: Refinement of PEG/PMMA Binder Systems for Metal Injection Molding of Titanium
Machine Learning Assisted Discovery of Affordable Biomedical Ti Alloy
Making Affordable Titanium Alloy with Wrought-like Mechanical Properties from Sintering Low-Cost Titanium Powder
Preparation of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Powder by Aluminothermic Reduction
Production of Fine Titanium and Titanium Alloy Powders by the Shuttle of Disproportion Reaction in Molten Salt

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