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Application Of Titanium In Automobile And Medical Industry

2024-01-05 18:00:06

   Application of titanium in automobile and medical industry

   Automotive Industry

   Reducing fuel consumption and harmful waste (CO2, NOX, etc.) emissions have become one of the main driving forces and directions of technological progress in the automotive industry. Research shows that lightweight is an effective measure to save fuel and reduce pollution. The fuel consumption can be saved by 8%-10% and the exhaust emission can be reduced by 10% when the vehicle quality is reduced by 10%. In terms of driving, the acceleration performance of the lightweight vehicle is improved, and the control stability, noise and vibration of the vehicle are also improved. Considering the safety of collision, when the vehicle is lightweight, the inertia is small and the braking distance is reduced.

   The preferred way to lighten the vehicle is to replace the traditional automotive materials (steel) with lightweight materials of high specific strength, such as aluminum, magnesium and titanium. In 2009, the amount of titanium used in the world reached 3000 tons. Titanium has been used in racing cars for many years. which has been used in almost all racing cars in Japan. it for automobiles has exceeded 600 tons. With the development of the global automotive industry, titanium for automobiles is still increasing rapidly.

 

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  The advantages of titanium used in automobiles are: lightening weight, reducing fuel consumption; improving power transmission effect, reducing noise; reducing vibration, reducing parts load; improving vehicle durability and environmental protection.

 

  The medical profession

  Titanium is widely used in the medical field. as it is close to human bones and has good biocompatibility and no toxic side effects on human tissues. Human implants are special functional materials which are closely related to human life and health. Compared with other metal materials, the advantages of using titanium  are as follows: 

1 :light weight; 

2: low elastic modulus; 

3: non-magnetic; 

4 :non-toxic; 

5 :corrosion resistance; 

6: high strength and toughness. 

The amount of titanium alloy used in surgical implants is increasing at an annual rate of 5%-7%. Hundreds of metal parts, such as femoral head, hip joint, humerus, skull, knee joint, elbow joint, shoulder joint, metacarpophalangeal joint, jaw bone, heart dialectic membrane, kidney dialectic membrane, vasodilator, splint, prosthesis, fastening screw and so on, have been transplanted into human body, and good results have been achieved. Very high evaluation.

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