First information on application of IMSM for melting of the titanium alloys relates to 1960-1970s.
More detailed investigation of the behavior of main alloying elements and impurities in titanium in IMSM was carried out at the E.O.
One may judge about quality of the titanium ingots, produced on the IMSM installation, by the data presented in Table 2.
The results obtained (Table 3) prove that the IMSM process allows melting ingots, which fully meet requirements of the specifications even when content of the TG-TB titanium off-grade sponge in the charge constitutes 50 %.
Designed for current and next-generation CDMA networks, the iMSM
family will help accelerate the evolution of multiple classes of multimedia and Internet-capable devices, combining telephony, full Internet protocol stacks and drivers and handheld computing functions into feature-rich wireless handsets that include larger screens, more memory and greater data-processing capabilities.