SSC Titanium: CP-Ti

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Commercially Pure (CP) Titanium

Stress-Strain Data

  • Source: Nemat-Nasser, S., W. G. Guo, and J. Y. Cheng. "Mechanical properties and deformation mechanisms of a commercially pure titanium." Acta materialia 47.13 (1999): 3705-3720.

Figure 1. True stress - true strain curves for compression of CP-Ti at indicated strain rates and initial temperatures.

Figure 1 CP-Ti.png

Fatigue Data

  • Source: Kobayashi, Equo, et al. "Fatigue life prediction of biomedical titanium alloys under tensile/torsional stress." Materials transactions 47.7 (2006): 1826-1831.

Figure 2. S-N plots of tensile, torsional, and tensile/torsional fatigue tests of Ti-6Al-7Nb alloy and CP-Ti.

Figure 2 CP-Ti Fatigue.png

Figure 9. S-N data approximated by Basquin relation for Ti alloys in tensile fatigue test.

Figure 9 CP-Ti Fatigue.png

Figure 10. S-N data approximated by Basquin relation for Ti alloys in torsional fatigue test.

Figure 10 CP-Ti Fatigue.png

Figure 11. S-N data approximated by Basquin relation for Ti alloys in tensile/torsional fatigue test in axial direction.

Screen Shot 2015-05-04 at 12.03.01 AM.pngStress Strain Curves: Titanium

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