Tag: aviation

New high-strength PH stainless steel alloy for aircraft landing gears

High strength, toughness, and fatigue resistance are the main requirements of steels utilised for aircraft landing gear components.
PTC signs an MoU with HAL – SED

PTC signs an MoU with HAL – SED

PTC Industries Limited (PTC) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited – SED (HAL-SED) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to explore opportunities for mutual cooperation and...
Lockheed Martin & Sintavia team up to advance metal AM

Lockheed Martin & Sintavia team up to advance metal AM

Lockheed Martin Corp. and Sintavia LLC are collaborating to expand research of metal additive manufacturing (AM) opportunities as an alternative to castings and forgings....

Metal additive repair of nickel alloy engine components

GE Aviation’s Singapore facility is the first maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility worldwide that has been approved to use metal additive manufacturing for commercial jet engine component repairs.
Fitch Ratings Inc. has stated the global aerospace industry faces medium-term risks if the war leads to a prolonged tightening of commodity supplies.

Setting off shockwaves in global titanium industry

This article is a compilation of recent news stories, press releases and company statements regarding the effects on the international titanium industry due to...
The aircraft industry is an important user of martensitic stainless steels.

The versatile stainless steel spectrum

The stainless steel spectrum is typically defined as ferritic, martensitic, austenitic, duplex, and precipitation-hardenable.

Orbital welds take flight

When Cessna Aircraft Company was ready to begin manufacture of its Citation X, the world’s fastest business jet, its engineers were presented with the challenge of finding a way to join the small diameter titanium hydraulic and fuel lines, while maintaining rigorous standards of quality.