Titanium Tubing and Fittings for Deep Submergence Hydraulic Systems
Titanium possesses strength, weight, and corrosion resistant properties ideally suited for deep submergence hydraulic systems. With this in mind the U.S. Navy instituted a study to evaluate titanium tubing and fittings; the results of that study (1) are summarized in this paper.
KeywordsHydraulic System Crevice Corrosion Butt Welding Titanium Tubing Fluid Connection
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