The Symposium on Applications Related Phenomena in Titanium Alloys was presented 18-19 April 1967 in Los Angeles, Calif. ASTM Committee B10 on Reactive and Refractory Metals and Alloys sponsored the symposium. Hans Conrad, University of Kentucky, was the symposium chairman. It was divided into four sessions, and presiding as chairmen of these sessions were Dr. Conrad; R. I. Jaffee, Battelle Memorial Institute; H. P. Kessler, Reactive Metals, Inc.; and W. W. Minkler, Titanium Metals Corporation of America.
A Review of Factors Influencing the Crack Tolerance of Titanium Alloys
Brown W., Shannon J.
Toughness of Two-Phase 6Al-4V Titanium Microstructures
Baker G., Gerberich W.
Relation of Strength and Toughness to Fine Structures in a Beta Titanium Alloy
Banerjee B., Capenos J., Hauser J.
Metallurgical and Mechanical Aspects of the Sea-Water Stress Corrosion of Titanium
Cavallaro J., Lane I.
The Influence of Composition and Heat Treatment on the Aqueous-Stress Corrosion of Titanium
Hall G., Seagle S., Seeley R.
Crevice Corrosion of Titanium
Boyd W., Jackson J.
Biaxial Properties of Titanium Alloys at Cryogenic Temperatures
Corn D., Frederick S.
Surface Treatment of Ti-6Al-4V for Impact-Fatigue and Wear Resistance
Koves G., Weltzin R.
Paper ID: STP432-EB