Common Name
None assigned
General Information
Ti 834 possesses the highest temperature capability of any commercial titanium alloy (up to 1112°F (600°C)) and is primarily used in aircraft engine applications. This “near alpha” alloy is weldable and possesses a fine grained alpha/beta microstructure that confers the best combination of tensile strength, fatigue and creep resistance. Furthermore, in comparison with other creep resistant Ti alloys, Ti 834 can be stress relieved at temperatures up to 1292°F (700°C).
Common Specification
Specification Product Form
CP5238 Bar
CPW534 Billet
DMD 9003 Sheet
MSRR8679 Billet
MSRR8681 Bar
MTS1267 Bar/Billet
Chemistry Requirements
N C H Fe O Al Sn Zr Nb Mo Si Ti
0.03 0.04-0.08 0.006 0.05 0.075-0.15 5.5-6.1 3.0-5.0 3.0-5.0 0.5-1.0 0.25-0.75 0.25-0.75 Balance

% Maximum unless given as a range.

Minimum Tensile Properties
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*
Forgings 149 (10300) 132 (910) 7.5 15
Forgings tested @1112°F 85 (585) 65(450) 11 20
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*
Typical Tensile Properties
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*
Forgings 155 (91067) 135(931)  14 30
Forgings tested @1112°F 102(701) 78(541) 20 58
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*

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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