Common Name
Ti 230
None assigned
General Information
Ti 230 combines the formability and weldability of unalloyed titanium with improved mechanical properties, particularly at elevated temperatures (up to 662°F (350°C)). The alloy may be used in the annealed condition as sheet, forgings and extrusions; it is used both in the airframe and in components such as bypass ducts for gas-turbine engines. Ageing can be used to raise the room temperature tensile properties by ~25% and nearly double the elevated temperature properties (eg creep @ 392°F(200°C)). Such a material is particularly attractive since it can be formed in the soft condition, thus lowering fabrication costs.
Common Specification
Specification Product Form
MSRR 8603 Sheet (Annealed)
MSRR 8602/8605 Forging stock, forgings
TA 58 Plate
TA52, MSRR8606 Sheet (SHT)
ASME SB-348 Bars and Billets
WL 3.7124, TA 53 Bar


Chemistry Requirements
N C H Fe O Cu Ti
0.03 0.08 0.01 0.20 0.20 2.0-3.0 Balance

% Maximum unless given as a range.

Minimum Tensile Properties
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*
As specified (shape) 88 (610) 71 (490) 10 25


Typical Tensile Properties
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*
Sheet ST 90 (620) 77 (530) 24 (on 2″(50mm))
Sheet STA 175-185 (1207-1276) 96 (660) 20 (on 2″(50mm))
Bar & Rod ST 91 (630) 72 (500) 27 45
Bar & Rod STA 107 (740) 84 (580) 22 41
Extrusions ST 91 (630) 72 (500) 30 40
Extrusions STA 115 (790) 97 (670) 28 30

Note: Typical properties are not to be utilized as a requirement, but are only listed for guidance. These properties may or may not be attainable in all circumstances.
* %Ra not required by all specifications
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