Favorite Engineering Alloys or MaterialsKingzoid Time for a nerd battle: it's time to represent the engineering world.
The Top Ten
Unmatched in versatility. Any exotic new material always draws comparison to steel. - Kingzoid
Doesn't burn, is cheap and strong. Superalloys are used for jet engines.
The most usefull material for a lot of applications.
Not as light as aluminum, but high strength-to-weight ratio. Often compares in strength to steel. - Kingzoid
Insane material, can be drawn in a myriad of shapes and sizes. The current focus of much materials research. - Kingzoid
Clear and beautiful. But also theoretically strong, too. - Kingzoid
A whole world different from metals and ceramics. - Kingzoid
Less popular than the steel-aluminum-titanium "holy trinity" of structural metals, but nevertheless presents an attractive combination of light weight with decent strength. - Kingzoid
The new rage in industry to minimize weight and maintain or even improve mechanical properties over metals. - Kingzoid
Imagine a composite made of aerogel and graphene, endless possibilities
High melting temperatures, theoretically also strong. - Kingzoid
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2. Aluminum (Any alloy)
3. Titanium (Any alloy)