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properties of some binary aluminium alloys at elevated temperatures.

John Vianney Lyons

properties of some binary aluminium alloys at elevated temperatures.

by John Vianney Lyons

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Published by Aluminium Development Association .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from "Metallurgia",November & December,1946.

SeriesAluminium Development Association. Research reports series;no.17
ContributionsPumphrey, William Idwal.
The Physical Object
Pagination19p.,ill.,28cm
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18752262M

Related Topics. Material Properties - Material properties for gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more ; Related Documents. Aluminum - Melting Points of Binary Eutectic Alloys - Al - Aluminum - binary eutectic alloys and melting points; Aluminum - Radiation Heat Emissivity - Radiation heat emissivity of unoxidized, oxidized and polished aluminum.   With some 50 years of experience working in the aluminum industry, Kaufman is undisputedly a keeper of aluminum and aluminum alloy data. His previous books on tensile, creep, and fatigue properties of wrought and cast aluminum alloys are must reads for aluminum specialists—and his new book on fire resistance of aluminum and aluminum alloys is.

  Magnesium alloys are widely used in aerospace and automotive industry due to their low density, good mechanical properties, and good castability. Their main disadvantage is low maximum working temperature (about °C for Mg-Al alloys). This led to the development of Mg-Al-RE or Mg-RE-Zr alloys, which can work up to °C. The chapter will relate to the sand cast and high pressure . Magnesium alloys are mixtures of magnesium with other metals (called an alloy), often aluminum, zinc, manganese, silicon, copper, rare earths and ium is the lightest structural metal. Magnesium alloys have a hexagonal lattice structure, which affects the fundamental properties of these alloys. Plastic deformation of the hexagonal lattice is more complicated than in cubic.

Brasses are essentially alloys of copper and zinc. Some of these alloys have small amounts of other elements such as lead, tin or aluminum. The portion of the binary copper zinc phase diagram which is applicable to commercial alloys is shown in figure The solubility of zinc in the alpha (α) solid solution increases from % at °C to about 39% at °C. Aluminum alloy XT6 sheet inch thick was tested at room temperature, , , and F after 1/2, 10 and hours and at room temperature after the several elevated temperature exposures to determine mechanical properties of design interest.


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Properties of some binary aluminium alloys at elevated temperatures by John Vianney Lyons Download PDF EPUB FB2

The tensile properties of the alloy were characterized in the as-fabricated state and following thermal exposure. The properties of the as-fabricated microstructure showed exceptional high-temperature performance and strength retention at elevated temperatures up to °C relative to benchmark wrought Al and AM Al alloy by: 1.

The mechanical properties of extruded aluminium alloys behave differently as temperature rises. Accurate prediction of the mechanical properties of aluminium alloys at elevated temperatures is. Rapidly solidified Al-Be binary alloys (10%, 20%, and 40%, Be by weight) have been produced by melt-spinning techniques.

The microstructures have been evaluated and the elevated temperature mechanical properties have been characterized over a range of strain rates. Despite the fact that the materials exhibited duplex microstructures resulting from high-temperature processing, Cited by: 3.

A compilation of data collected and maintained for many years as the property of a large aluminum company, which decided in to make it available to other engineers and materials specialists. In tabular form, presents data on the tensile and creep properties of eight species of wrought alloys and five species of cast alloys in the various shapes used in applications.4/5(3).

Binary alloy shows peak ageing response after 10 hours with a hardness value of ± 11 MPa, while hardness of quaternary Al-2CuNbZr alloy peaked at Cited by: The properties of aluminum alloys are compromised at elevated tem-peratures well before the metal reaches its melting temperature (Ref 1.).

For most of the alloys, strengths after significant times at temperatures above to C (00 to F) are lower than those at room tem-perature, and the amount of the strength reduction may increase.

Aluminum alloys contain a wide range of chemical compositions and tempers, even within the same alloy family (e.g., 5xxx-series wrought aluminum alloys).

Thus, the elevated temperature mechanical properties required to analyze and model the structural response must be measured for the specific aluminum alloy of interest. Gene Mathers, in The Welding of Aluminium and its Alloys, Aluminium-silicon alloys (4XXX series) The aluminium silicon alloys form a binary eutectic at % silicon with a melting point of °C, the two phases being solid solutions of silicon in aluminium, % maximum at room temperature, and aluminium in silicon.

Since Y-alloy has better strength at elevated temperature than duralumin therefore it is much used in aircraft cylinder heads and piston. It is also used in strip and sheet form. c) Magnalium. It is produced by melting the aluminium and 2 to 10% magnesium in a vacuum and then cooling it in vacuum or under a pressure of to atmospheres.

The microstructures, mechanical properties, and thermal conductivity (TC) of Al-2Fe-xCo (x = 0~) alloys in as-cast, homogeneous annealed, and cool rolled states are systematically studied. Results indicate that appropriate Co modification (x ≤ ) simultaneously improves the thermal and mechanical properties of as-cast Al-2Fe alloys.

The improvement of TC is attributed to ameliorating. The results show significant strengthening and improved mechanical property retention at higher temperatures than in other aluminum alloys and, in some compositions, show complete recovery of mechanical properties at room temperature when exposed to elevated temperatures as high as °C for hours.

Abstract. The mechanical properties of aluminum-lithium alloys made from high- purity materials were determined. The best combination of properties in the binary system is gifen by alloys with a lithium content of approximately 2 to %, after solution-treatment at deg C and aging at deg C.

Titanium Alloy TiCu, a binary alloy containing % copper, combines the formability and weldability of unalloyed titanium with improved mechanical properties, particularly at elevated temperatures. It can be used at temperatures up to °C.

Chemical composition of TiCu is given in the Table 1. Table 1. A survey of hot tensile properties of binary alloys indicated aluminum to be the best metallic strengthener on a weight per cent basis.

Creep-rupture data are reported for the following binary alloys: 2, 4, 6, and 8 per cent aluminum; 2, 7, and 15 per cent chromium; 3, 15, and 30 per cent molybdenum; and 30 per cent vanadium. synthesis and properties of elevated 10/1/81 - 9/30/85 temperature p/m aluminum alloys 6.

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The paper presents the identification process of inelastic (viscoplastic) properties for two aluminum alloys at a temperature of °C. The material parameters are calculated on the basis of uniaxial tension tests.

Twelve tests at elevated temperature for each alloy have been performed—three tests for four different strain rates. The mechanical properties of aluminum-lithium alloys made from high- purity materials were determined. The best combination of properties in the binary system is gifen by alloys with a lithium content of approximately 2 to %, after solution-treatment at deg C and aging at deg C.

A super-high strength cast and wrought aluminum alloy with specific strengths exceeding that of a Ti-5AlSn alloy and tensile ductility of about 10% or higher, both at room and cryogenic.

ever, because of the superior elevated temperature properties of the spheroidal graphite Ni-Resists, the flake alloys are now seldom used above °C(°F).

Spheroidal graphite Ni-Resist alloys can be and are used at temperatures up to °C(°F). Although the ductile alloys are better, all. The effect of temperature on the physical properties of commercially pure titanium is given in Table 3. The alloys follow a similar pattern although the thermal conductivity tends to increase more at elevated temperature, most of the alloys showing increases of 60 to 80% between ambient and °C.

Other properties follow more closely the. This article summarizes some general alloy groupings by application or major characteristics. The groupings include cast rotor, general-purpose, elevated-temperature, wear-resistant, moderate-strength, high-strength, and high-integrity die casting alloys and cast aluminum alloys bearings.cult to weld.

Properties can be controlled by adjustments in composition and by process-ing (including heat treatment), and excellent elevated-temperature strengths are available in finished products.

A Short Review of the High-Temperature Strength of Metals At ordinary temperatures, the strengths of most metals are measured in terms of short.Brasses are alloys made from copper and zinc, they exhibit good strength and ductility and are easily cold worked, properties which improve with increased zinc content up to 35%.

Brass coloration ranges from red to golden yellow, depending on the amount of zinc the alloy contains. Gilding Metal, Commercial Bronze, Jewelry Bronze.