Overview of Titanium Grade 36 alloy
The nominal composition of Ti Grade 36 alloy is Ti-45Nb, a type of Titanium alloy born in the 1960s.
Ti-45Nb alloy has the characteristics of good plasticity and excellent cold processing performance, and its tensile strength and shear strength are higher than pure Titanium, which is very suitable for use as the rivet material for composite material connection. It is also used for aviation fasteners.
The corrosion resistance of Ti-45Nb is approximate to that of pure Niobium and much better than pure Titanium.
In addition, Ti-45Nb has a low modulus of elasticity, which has also gained attention for itself among new-generation medical Titanium alloys.
Properties of Ti Grade 36 alloy
Tensile properties of the Ti-45Nb under different annealing temperature
Shear properties of the Ti-45Nb under different annealing temperature