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Al-5.9Cu-0.5Mg

Published: 2015

Al–Cu–Mg alloys are commonly used in aerospace industry and are high strength alloys which can be thermomechanically treated to get different levels of strength and ductility.

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2519+Ag Al alloy

Published: 2015

The addition of Ag to Al–Cu–Mg alloys with high Cu/Mg ratio enhances their aging–hardening response by altering the precipitation sequence and forming hexagonal-shaped plate-like precipitates on the matrix {111} planes.

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2618 Al Alloy

Published: 2015

2618 Al alloy is a high temperature alloy and is developed by Rolls Royce (RR58) for compressor component of the jet engine.

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2124 Al Alloy (PM)

Published: 2015

2124 Al alloy is often used as a matrix alloy for discontinuously reinforced metal matrix composites.

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Al 1235

Published: 2015

Al 1235 is used for preparing Al foils and therefore requires high workability and smaller size of Si, Fe and Mn containing inclusions.

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2024 Al alloy

Published: 2015

2024 is the most common age hardenable aluminum alloy and is considered hard for extrusion.

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2099 Al Alloy

Published: 2015

The high specific strength and stiffness, excellent fatigue resistance and cryogenic toughness properties of Al-Cu-Li alloys make them attractive for aerospace and cryogenic applications.

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Al-Fe-Mn

Published: 2015

Fe and Mn form intermetallic compounds in aluminum and distribute themselves as hard particles.

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Al-10Zn

Published: 2015

Zinc dissolves in aluminum up to 17.5 wt.% at room temperature and offers a wide range of solid solutions at higher temperatures.

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Al-5Mg

Published: 2015

Microstructural development during deformation of Al-5Mg in the temperature range 20-500°C and strain rate range 0.00001-0.1 s-1 was reported.

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