Titanium is an important structural metal developed in the the 1950s, which is widely used in various fields because of its high strength, good corrosion resistance and high heat-resistant properties.
Many countries in the world have recognized the importance of titanium alloy materials, and have carried out research and development on it, and obtained practical application. Titanium is the Bib element in the periodic table, the appearance is like steel, melting point reaches 1672 Shan, it is refractory metal.
Titanium in the Earth's crust is rich in content, far higher than Cu, Zn, Sn, Pb and other common metals. China's titanium resources are very rich, only in Panzhihua, Sichuan Province, the large-type vanadium-titanium magnetite, the associated titanium metal reserves of about 420 million tons, close to the sum of foreign proven titanium reserves.
Titanium alloys can be divided into heat, high-strength alloy, corrosion resistant alloy (TI-mo, TI-PD alloy, etc.), low-temperature alloy and special functional alloy (TI-FE hydrogen storage material and Ti-ni memory alloy).