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Cu-42Zn

Published: 2015

Cu-42Zn brass has alpha+beta phase structure and exhibits superplasticity at low strain rates.

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Cu-44Zn

Published: 2015

At room temperature beta brass is brittle but is very ductile at elevated temperatures.

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Cu-47Zn

Published: 2015

The composition of Cu-47Zn lies in the middle of the beta-phase field and extends up to about 460°C as beta phase and as ordered beta (β′) below this temperature.

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Cu-51Zn

Published: 2015

The composition of Cu-51Zn lies in the Zn-rich end of the beta-phase field.

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Cu-25Zn-12Ni

Published: 2015

Cu-Zn-Ni alloys are known as nickel silvers.

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Cu-30Zn-0.22Zr

Published: 2015

Minor additions of Zr help in strengthening α-brass and grain refinement.

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Cu-40Zn-3Pb

Published: 2015

Lead additions to the extent of 1-3% are made to α+β brass with a view to improving the machinability.

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Cu-42Zn-12Ni

Published: 2015

The two phase nickel silvers can be hot worked over a wide range of temperatures in extrusion, forging and hot stamping.

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Cu-0.5Al

Published: 2015

Cu-Al alloys form alpha solid solutions up to about 8 wt.% of Al.

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Cu-2Al

Published: 2015

Cu-2Al is an alpha solid solution and has a low stacking fault energy.

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