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  • Aluminum-Alloy Bearings
    is B850.0-T5. Its properties are similar to those of general-purpose bronze. Alloy B850.0-T5 is the strongest of the aluminum alloys and can be used with moderate shock loads. But being harder, it does not conform to minor misalignments as readily as A850.0. The most common steel-backed alloys are SAE 780
  • Casting Aluminum Alloys
    Casting Aluminum Alloys. Including diagrams, mathematical models, and numerous examples, this book summarizes research covering areas of the structure, properties, thermal resistance, corrosion and fatigue of aluminum alloys in industrial manufacturing.
  • Alloy Steel
    Steels that contain specified amounts of alloying elements -- other than carbon and the commonly accepted amounts of manganese, copper, silicon, sulfur, and phosphorus -- are known as alloy steels. Alloying elements are added to change mechanical or physical properties. A steel is considered
  • Bronze and Copper-Alloy Bearings
    Dozens of copper alloys are available as bearing materials. Most of these can be grouped into five classes: copper lead, copper tin (sometimes called tin bronze), leaded bronze, aluminum bronze, and beryllium copper. As a general rule in these alloys, a higher lead content promotes compatibility
  • Light Alloys: From Traditional Alloys to Nanocrystals, Fourth Edition
    Light Alloys: From Traditional Alloys to Nanocrystals, Fourth Edition. The definitive overview of the science and metallurgy of aluminum, magnesium, titanium and beryllium alloys, this book covers the background materials science, properties, manufacturing processes and applications of these key
  • The Effect of Surface Enhancement on the Corrosion Properties, Fatigue Strength, and Degradation of Aircraft Aluminum (.pdf)
    . The corrosion fatigue and pitting corrosion performance of 7475-T7351 aluminum. alloy is investigated for both SP and LPB treated test specimens. In all cases,. LPB provided greater resistance to pitting and SCC damage. Corrosion fatigue. life and damage tolerance were improved compared to the SP
  • Smart ways to design with Aluminum Extrusions
    times over that designers who are well-versed in technology produce the most successful designs. In the case of designing extruded aluminum parts, practitioners need a good background in alloy properties, relative material and tooling costs, and the latest manufacturing techniques. Certain aluminum
  • Novel Manufacturing Technique Produces Parts Lighter and Stronger than Aluminum
    for a tiny radio, for example). The magnesium is a combination of AZ91D and AM60B alloys. MAG produces parts lighter and stronger than aluminum. MAG parts have low porosity, good surface finishes, excellent strength-to-weight ratios, and built-in EMI/RFI shielding. In addition, the parts have low shrinkage
  • Feature Article - Steel Wars: Aluminum Versus Steel - 04/04
    and wear resistance, and, in the case of the copper alloys, thermal conductivity. However, no material has all of the desired properties for a given application, and the alternative materials are no exception. They are heavy, often less machinable, and, with the exception
  • Carpenter Technology outlines how high-tech melting creates high-performance metal alloys
    the attributes needed for less-demanding applications, and many specialty alloys are still melted in air today. Some alloys, however, contain elements such as aluminum and titanium that readily oxidize when melted in air. These oxides then appear as inclusions in the finished alloy, compromising mechanical