Favorite Engineering Alloys or MaterialsKingzoid Time for a nerd battle: it's time to represent the engineering world.
The Top Ten
Doesn't burn, is cheap and strong. Superalloys are used for jet engines.
Unmatched in versatility. Any exotic new material always draws comparison to steel. - Kingzoid
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)