Web Content Filters

Filters Applied

No filters

Refine Results

Keyword(s)

MATERIALS RESOURCES

Al-2Mg

Published: 2015

The hot deformation behavior of Al-2Mg alloy was studied using hot torsion testing.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Al-Fe

Published: 2015

The microstructure of the Al-Fe alloy has iron containing intermetallic hard particles of an average size of 1.8 μm and average particle spacing of 2.9 μm.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Al-1Mg

Published: 2015

The stacking fault energy of Al-1Mg was estimated to be about 190 mJ/m2 which is not significantly lower than that of pure aluminum (210 mJ/m2).

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Al-0.5Mg

Published: 2015

The hot deformation of Al-0.5Mg alloy was studied in torsion in the temperature range 350-550°C and strain rates in the range 0.005-0.167 s-1.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Al-0.1Mg

Published: 2015

Al-Mg alloys are classified as 5000 series of alloys and find applications in aircraft components.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Aluminum (99.5%)

Published: 2015

99.5% Aluminum is a commercial grade. Insoluble elements like Fe, Si, Mn etc. are present as fine particles in the matrix.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Aluminum (99.9%)

Published: 2015

Aluminum of 99.9% purity is the base material for the advanced alloys like Al-Li alloys and for other aerospace materials.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Aluminum (99.99%)

Published: 2015

99.99% grade aluminum is referred to as super purity aluminum.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Introduction

Published: 2015

Mechanical processing is an essential step in shaping materials into engineering components which require not only dimensional accuracy but also specified microstructures and mechanical properties.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

Aluminum (99.999%)

Published: 2015

Aluminum is a high stacking fault energy (200 mJ/m2) fcc metal and is the base metal for a vast number of light weight high strength aluminum alloys. It has high conductivity which depends on the purity of the metal.

Material Resources / Publications

Other Formats Available:

ASM Affiliate Societies