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  • World's strongest aluminum alloy
    A new patent-pending aluminum alloy from Kobe Steel is made using a spray forming process and is said to be the strongest aluminum alloy available. It has a tensile strength of 780 MPa. That's reportedly 10% higher than the 710 MPa of Weldalite, an aluminum-lithium alloy developed by and used
  • Aluminum-Alloy Bearings
    in. thick) applied to steel backing. Cast alloys generally are specified by designations of The Aluminum Assoc., while the steel-backed bearings are usually specified by SAE designations. An alloy widely used in crank and piston-rod bearings is a cast material, 850.0-T5 (equivalent to SAE 770). This alloy
  • 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.
  • Fatigue Life Improvement Of An Aluminum Alloy Fsw With Low Plasticity Burnishing (.pdf)
    Friction stir welding provides a new. technology for solid state joining of a wide. variety of aluminum alloys that cannot be. joined with conventional fusion welds. However, recent work has shown that. significant tensile residual stresses are. developed in the stirred region with local. tension
  • A Comparison Study of the Chemical Dissolution of Aluminum Alloys in Sulfuric Acid Solution with and without METALAST Additive
    The effect of the METALAST additive on the chemical dissolution of bare aluminum in anodizing solutions was investigated in this study. The results showed that the dissolution rates of aluminum alloys employed in this study were reduced about 13% to 33% by addition of METALAST additive to static
  • Fatigue Life Improvement and Mitigation of Pitting Corrosion Damage of Friction Stir Welded 2219-T8751 Aluminum Alloy by Low Plasticity Burnishing (.pdf)
    Friction stir welding (FSW) is a new solid state joining process for aluminum alloys including those alloys considered not weldable. However, the FSW process produces zones of tensile residual stress at the edges of the stir zone. Recent residual stress studies performed at Lambda Research
  • MIL-DTL-5541: Chemical Conversion Coatings on Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
    This military standard is approved for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense.
  • Aluminum
    . The tight chemical oxide bond is the reason that aluminum is not found in nature; it exists only as a compound. Aluminum and its alloys, numbering in the hundreds, are available in all common commercial forms. Aluminum-alloy sheet can be formed, drawn, stamped, or spun. Many wrought or cast
  • Aluminum
    Aluminum alloys are materials made up of two or more metals. They are designed with specific purposes in mind, usually by industries that have requirements for their components. Some alloys were developed for corrosion resistance, and others for tensile strength, while some maintain their integrity
  • Soldering to Aluminum (.pdf)
    Pure aluminum and high aluminum alloys quickly form a tenacious, refractory ceramic oxide on the surface that requires special techniques to remove and achieve successful soldering.