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Handbook of Titanium Based Materials: Thermophysical Properties, Data and Studies

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Handbook of Titanium Based Materials: Thermophysical Properties, Data and Studies


This book brings to the reader's attention the accumulated information on the thermophysical properties of titanium and its main alloys. The term "thermophysical properties" encompasses the range of phenomena that reflect the response of the metal to various effects especially under the conditions of a varying temperature. The book has comprised systematized information that will allow an engineer to carry out computation of the processes of heating and cooling of titanium materials, to estimate the fields of temperatures, deformations, and stresses, and to evaluate the possibility of application of titanium and materials (alloys) based on it in order to devise new structures and technological processes.

290 pages, © 2007

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Preface of the Editor
1 Electronic and Atomic Structure
1.1. Characteristics of Titanium Atoms
1.2. The Crystal Structure and Phase States
1.3. Electronic Subsystem of Condensed Phases
1.4. Structure and Classification of Constructional Titanium Alloys
2 Optical Characteristics
2.1. Definitions, Laws, Constants
2.2. Optical Constants
2.3. Reflectivity
2.4. Radiative Characteristics
2.5. Influence of Oxidation on Emissivity
3 Thermal Properties
3.1. Temperature of Transition to a Superconducting State
3.2. Temperature of the Polymorphic Transition of Titanium at a Normal Pressure
3.3. Melting Temperature of Titanium
3.4. Evaporation and Sublimation of Titanium
3.5. Thermal Expansion of Solid Titanium
3.6. Density of Liquid Titanium
3.7. Compressibility and Acoustic Properties
4 Enthalpy and Heat Capacity
4.1. Heat Capacity of Titanium
4.1.1. Heat capacity of titanium at low temperatures (<300 K)
4.1.2. Investigations of the heat capacity of titanium at temperatures above 300 K
4.2. Investigation of the Heat of Polymorphic Transformation and of the Enthalpy of Solid Phases
4.3. Caloric Properties of Liquid Titanium
4.4. Generalization of Experimental Data for Titanium in a Condensed State (T > 300 K)
4.5. Caloric Properties of Structural Titanium Alloys (Influence of Doping on the Caloric Properties of Titanium)
4.5.1. Present status of the topic
4.5.2. Low-temperature heat capacity of titanium alloys
4.5.3. Heat capacity of structural and some of the model α alloys of titanium
4.5.4. Heat capacity of structural and some model pseudo-α alloys of titanium
4.5.5. Heat capacity of structural (α + β) alloys
4.5.6. Heat capacity of structural pseudo-β alloys and β alloys of titanium
4.5.7. Heat capacity of casting titanium alloys in the temperature range 100–800°C
4.5.8. Heats of polymorphic transitions and heats of melting of titanium alloys
4.6. Ideally Gaseous Thermodynamic Functions of the Ti Atom and Ti+ Ion
5 Kinetic Properties
5.1. Electrical Conductivity
5.1.1. Temperature dependence of the SR of the titanium α phase
5.1.2. Electrical resistance of the β phase of titanium
5.1.3. Electric resistance of certain titanium-based alloys
5.1.4. Binary systems
5.2. Lorenz Function and Thermal Conductivity
5.2.1. Pure titanium
5.2.2. Thermal conductivity of alloys
5.3. Thermal Diffusivity
5.3.1. Pure titanium
5.3.2. Thermal diffusivity of alloys
5.4. Thermoelectric Properties of Titanium
List of Physical Constants