Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Metals and minerals 1978-79
Year 1978-79, Volume 1 (1978-1979)
Lynd, Langtry E.; Hough, Ruth A.
Titanium, pp. 933-947 ff. PDF (1.7 MB)
TITANIUM 947 Westinghouse Electric Corp. announced that it received a contract from the Electric Power Research Institute to build the world's first super-conducting generator which will utilize conductors made of titanium-columbium alloy.~' ' Physical scientist, Nonferrous Metals Section. ' Statistical assistant, Nonferrous Metals Section. ' Weight units used in this chapter are short tons unless specified otherwise. 4Cates, B. Titanium Dioxide From Belgium, France, the United Kingdom, and the Federal Republic of Germany. U.S. Internat. Trade Commission (USITC) Publication 1009, November 1979, 105 pp. ' Brown, M. J. Initial Decision in the Matter of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., Docket No. 9108. Federal Trade Commission, Sept. 4, 1979. 6American Metal Market. Last Defendants Fined, Sentenced in Titanium Price-Fixing Charges. V. 87, No. 105, May 30, 1979, p. 2. 7Mineral Resources of a Portion of the Duluth Complex and Adjacent Rocks in St. Louis and Lake Counties, Northwestern Minnesota. Minn. Dept. of Nat. Res., Div. of Miner., Miner. Exploration Section, Rept. 93, Hibbing, Minn., 1977. 8Greensburg, W. Company Loads Train — Waste Shipped to Texas. The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Va., June 1, 1978. Section B, p. 1. 9American Metal Market. U.S. Titanium Must Pay for Waste Removal. V. 88, No.7, Jan. 11, 1980, p. 5. ' °American Metal Market. D-H Titanium Organized for Joint Sponge Venture. V. 87, No. 161, Aug. 17, 1979, p. 8. ~ D. H. News Release. Howmet Turbine Components Corp., May 8, 1979. ' 2Minkler, W. W. Titanium - Record Setting Pace of Orders for Commercial Transports Is At the Core of a Strong Market. Eng. and Mi J., v. 180, No.3, March 1979, pp. 171-172. Titanium . A Surge in Aircraft Demand Sparks a Strong ' 79 Market. Eng. ~and Mi J., v. 181, No. 3, March 1980, pp. 115-116. "Jaffee, R. I. (Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, Calif.) An Overview on Titanium Development and Application. Pres. at the 4th Internat. Conf. on Titanium, Kyoto, Japan, May 19-22,1980. ' 4Chemical Week. TiO, Expansions Slated as Markets Improve. V. 126, No. 21, May 21, 1980, pp.25 and 26. ' Spinelli, F. (Suissman and Blumenthal, Hartford, Conn.) Titanium Additions to Steel - Demand/Supply Outlook to the Mid-1980s. Pres. at the 2d Internat. Ferroalloys Conf., Copenhagen, Oct. 15-17,1979,4 pp. ' 6lndustrial Minerals. Mineral Sands Supplement, No. 142, July 1979, pp. i-iv. ' ~—-——~ World of Minerals — Du Pont and Allied Eneabba. No. 139, April 1979, p.9. ' i——-. World of Minerals — AMA to Buy Jennings. No. 144, September 1979, p. 9. ' 9Warby, S. Troubled Sand Miner Plans a Comeback With $20-Million Expansion. The Australian, Oct. 3, 1979. ' °Trevoy, W. T., R. Schutte, and D. R. Goforth. Development of the Heavy Mineral Potential of the Athabasca Tar Sands. C.LM. BulL, v. 71, No. 791, March 1978, pp. 175-80. "Furukawa, T. China Sets Titanium Output at 1,0002,000 T/yr. Amer. Metal Market, v. 88, No. 101, May 23, 1980, p. 5. "U.S. Embassy, New Delhi. State Department Industrial Outlook Report CERP-0429, A-89, June 29, 1979. "Skillings Mining Review. Sierra Rutile Ltd. Commences Production in Sierra Leone, West Africa. V. 68, No. 23, June 9, 1979, p. 8. ' 4Wilson, G. C. Soviet Navy Has Faster, Lighter Sub. The Washington Post, v. 102, No. 161, pp. Al and A2. "Henrie, T. A., D. J. MacDonald, and A. E. Raddatz. Recording Coulometer for Controlled-Atmosphere Reactions of Metals in Molten Salts.Rev. Sci. Instr., v. 48, No.7, July 1977, pp. 793-795. ' Beall, R. A., R. B. Worthington, and R. Blickensderfer. Hot Rolling Metals in Vacuum. ~uMines IC 8787, 1979, 24 pp. ' 7Raddatz, A. E., D. A. O'Keefe, J. M. Comes, and M. M. Wong. Titania From Intermediates Prepared by SodaSmelting Ilmenite. BuMines RI 8347, 1979, 10 pp. ' 8Needham, P. B. Jr., S. D. Cramer, J. B. Carter, and F. X. McCawley. Corrosion Studies in High-Temperature, Hypersaline Geothermal Brines. Internat. Corrosion Forum on the Protection and Performance of Materials, Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 12-16, 1979; Corrosion/79, NACE Preprint No. 59, 16 pp. ' 9Gomes, J. M., G. M. Martinez, and M. M. Wong. Recovering Byproduct Heavy Minerals From Sand and Gravel, Placer Gold, and Industrial Mineral Operations. BuMines RI 8366, 1979, 15 pp. ' °Nafziger, R. H. Electric Furnace Smelting and Refining of Prereduced Titaniferous Materials. Inst. Mm. Metal. Trans. Sect. C, v. 87, June, 1978, pp. C120-C128. "Koch, R. K., J. L. Hoffman, M. L. Transue, and R. A. BealL Casting Titanium and Zirconium in Zircon Sand Molds. BuMines RI 6208, 1977,44 pp. "Flinn, D. R., F. X. McCawley, G. R. Smith, and P. B. Needham, Jr. Electrodeposition of Erosion-Resistant Titanium Diboride Coatings BuMines RI 8332, 1978, 34 pp. "Elger, G. W., R. A. Stadler, and P. E. Sanker (assigned to U.S. Department of the Interior). Process for Purifying a Titanium-Bearing Material and Upgrading Ilmenite to Synthetic Rutile With Sulfur Trioxide. U.S. Pat. 4,120,694, Oct. 17, 1978. ' 4Weintraub, D. J., and D. G. Jones. Arc-Furnace Smelting of Western Australian Beach Sand Ilmenite. Inst. Mi Metal. Trans. Sect. C, v. 87, June 1978, pp. C83- C87. "Mining Magazine. Titania: The Largest Producer of Titanium Minerals in Europe. V. 139, No. 4, October 1978, pp. 365-371. ' 6Metal Bulletin Monthly. The Hockin Process. No. 93, September 1978, pp.55 and 57. 7Weintraub, P. Better Turbine Blades Coal of New P&WA Unit. Am. Metal Market, v. 87, No. 135, Dec. 3, 1979, p. 10. ~ Low-Cost Titanium Jet Engine Part Made By Compacting Powder Metal. Am. Metal Market, v. 87, No. 101, Oct. 15, 1979, p. 10. ' 9Tupper, N. G., Jerome K. Elbaum, and H. M. Burte. Opportunities for Cost-Affordable Titanium Aerospace Structures. J. of Metals, v. 30, No. 9, September 1978, pp. 7-13. 40Furst, A. "Clean" Alloyed Titanium Powder Method Devised. Am. Metal Market, v. 87, No. 191, Oct. 1, 1979, pp. 9and 11. 4'Turk, P. Boeing Considering Application of Trans-Beta Titanium Alloy for Parts on New 767 Airliner. Am. Metal Market, v. 87, No. 84, Apr. 30, 1979, pp. 10 and 14. 4'Weintraub, P. New Material to Cut Weight of Jet Engines. Am. Metal Market, v. 87, No. 44, Mar. 5, 1979, pp. 12 and 18. 43Wall Street Journal. Westinghouse Gets a Superconducting Generator Contract. Jan. 18, 1979, p. 25.
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