Titanium 10V-2FE-2AL Forging Bar
Titanium 10V-2FE-3AL bars are useful for many reasons, regulated in size for easy transport, storage, and machining. TItanium 10-2-3 Bars are formed by hot forging followed by a sequence of hot rolling, polishing the material, machining, extrusion, casting, welding, and even spinning the materials for aerospace and other construction applications. Choosing to use this metal means it can be highly workable although it may not be as cost effective for products that do not require these properties and which can be satisfied with other grades of titanium. Titanium bars deliver quality bulk material for further refinement per need.
Titanium 10V-2FE-3AL Bars Availability:
- AMS 4984
- AMS 4986
- AMS 4987
Titanium 10V-2FE-3AL Distributor and Supplier
The history of titanium alloys generally starts in the 1950s. In particular, the Watertown Arsenal during this time began to research the use of titanium alloys in armors. The Watertown Arsenal would then later become part of the Army Research Laboratory. The 6AL-4V alloy that was generated was later classified as Grade 5 and was continually refined to produce other grades, including this Ti 10-2-3. By the end of 1947, there had only been about two tons of titanium produced annually. With some government incentives and drive for more aerospace development, that number reached to more than two million pounds annually in 1953. It was perfect timing, at the dawn of the space age, and soon mass-production became the norm for not just this particular line of titanium alloy or even metal for that matter. Eventually, different specifications were generated for the industries that use this alloy product. Those specifications are codified often under AMS and MIL-T codes, amongst others.
Chemistry of Titanium Ti-10V-2FE-3ALThe chemistry of this alloy consists of Molybdenum (Mo), Aluminum (Al), Zirconium (Zr), Tin (Sn), and Titanium (Ti). There are specifications for percentage by weight of these elements, such as Molybdenum (6%), Aluminum (6%), Zirconium (4%), Tin (2%), and Titanium (the balance). 6AL-2SN-4AZ-6MO has a density of 4.65 g/cm3 (or 0.168 lb/in3). The melting point is between 1595 and 1675 degrees C (or 2903 and 3047 degrees F). It has a Rockwell C hardness of 39, a 13% elongation at break, a shear modulus of 42.9 GPa (or 6220 ksi), an elastic modulus of 114 GPa (or 16500 ksi), and a Poisson's ratio of 0.33. This alloy also has a yield strength of 1120 MPa (or 162000 psi) and an ultimate tensile strength of 1210 MPa (or 175000 psi).
Our Titanium 10V-2FE-3AL Products
At AMC, we offer Ti 1023 forging plates. Many of these products are available under a variety of specifications. We list our products under AMS standards such as AMS 4984, AMS 4986, and AMS 4987.