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Title: Role of metallurgical factors in structure and property formation for thick plates of alloys of the Al-Cu-Mg-Mn system
Authors: Zamyatin, V. M.
Shmakova, K. Y.
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Zamyatin V. M. Role of metallurgical factors in structure and property formation for thick plates of alloys of the Al-Cu-Mg-Mn system / V. M. Zamyatin, K. Y. Shmakova // Metallurgist. — 2013. — Vol. 56. — № 9-10. — P. 705-707.
Abstract: The role of chemical composition is studied in thick plate structure and property formation for alloys of the Al-Cu-Mg-Mn system. It is shown that in order to correct the chemical composition of aluminum alloys it is necessary to consider the alloying element compatible solubility limit within an aluminum matrix at the heating temperature for hardening and the proportion of alloying elements participating in forming almost insoluble phases with impurity elements. An important role is also played by alloying elements formed with reaction of excess phases, although they are soluble but cannot be dissolved during heating for hardening due to saturation of α-solid solution with alloying elements. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York.
Keywords: ALUMINUM ALLOY, PHASE COMPOSITION, THERMOGRAM
PLATE, MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
ALUMINUM MATRIX
CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS
HEATING TEMPERATURES
IMPURITY ELEMENT
SOLUBILITY LIMITS
STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES
THICK PLATE
ALLOYING
ALUMINUM
ALUMINUM ALLOYS
HARDENING
MANGANESE
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
PLATES (STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS)
ALLOYING ELEMENTS
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/27375
DOI: 10.1007/s11015-013-9638-8
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