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SILAFONT-36, THE LOW IRON DUCTILE DIE CASTING …

Optimum limits for manganese providing high ductility and good ejection behaviour were studied. Mechanical properties as a function of magnesium were shown with focus on very low magnesium content, which resulted in an alloy without any long-term aging behaviour.

Tool Steel H11 | Tech Steel & Materials

Tool Steel H11 is a chromium-based steel alloy from the “H” family of steels according to the AISI classifiion system. H11 is one of the most commonly used alloys from this group, thanks to the outstanding impact toughness. Other steels from this group, such

Processing of Ductile Magnesium Alloy under Dynamic …

Texture Randomization of AZ31 Magnesium Alloy Sheets for Improving the Cold Formability by a Coination of Rolling and High-Temperature Annealing Effect of Tool Materials on Dynamic Friction Characteristics and Microstructural Evolution at Elevated Temperature in Extruded AZ31 Magnesium Alloy

Optimum Design of Magnesium-Based Multi-Layered Hybrid …

tensile yield strength with aluminum. the low ductility of However, alloy magnesium makes it inappropriate for a lightweight armor. In order to solve the problem, coining it with different materials is required. In this paper, Ceramic, magnesium alloy and high

Microstructural And Mechanical Characterization Of …

The final operation of hydrostatic extrusion of magnesium alloy semi products causes the well-disposed structure and phase changes. Thus the high strength properties of the cheap commercial magnesium alloy MA14 are obtained: tensile strength is more than 380 MPa; tensile yield strength is …

:On plastic anisotropy and deformation history-driven anelasticity of an extruded magnesium alloy

On plastic anisotropy and deformation history-driven anelasticity of an extruded magnesium alloy : Wang, Huai Lee, Soo Yeol Wang, Huamiao Woo, Wanchuck Huang, E-Wen Jain, Jayant An, Ke Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Effect of Temperature on the Tensile Strength and Thermoelectric e.m.f. Values of Aluminium Alloy …

Effect of Temperature on the Tensile Strength… RAY–MARY .N. EGBU operational performance (figure of merit Z) of a thermocouple which, as stated in equation (1), depends on conductivity (δConsequently, the thermoelectric e.m.f. values for materials treated

Deep drawing of square cups with magnesium alloy AZ31 sheets

International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture 43 (2003) 1553–1559 Deep drawing of square cups with magnesium alloy AZ31 sheets Fuh-Kuo Chen∗, Tyng-Bin Huang, Chih-Kun Chang Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University

US Patent Appliion for METHOD FOR PRODUCING A …

The present disclosure relates to a method for producing a motor vehicle component from a 6000-series aluminum alloy having the following method steps: providing a blank made of a 6000-series aluminum alloy, rapid heating of the blank by means of contact plates to a temperature between 450 C. and 600 C. in a time less than 20 seconds, ending of the heating procedure and optional homogenizing

optimization of Friction Stir welding process parameters for joining ZM 21 to AZ 31 of dissimilar Magnesium …

The optimum process parameters were determined with reference to tensile strength of the joint. rial flow during friction stir spot welding of AZ31 magnesium alloy is significantly influenced by tool rotation rate [16]. Lechosław Tuz et al concluded that the there

Effect of Quenching Media on Mechanical Properties of 7075 Aluminium Alloy

Aluminium alloy 7075 is one of the most extensively used of the 7XXX series aluminium alloys. The Al7075 alloy has been subjected to solutionizingheattreatment at a temperature of 475 C for 2 hours followed by quenching in water and oil. Tensile strength

Welding aluminum - The FABRIOR

In the case of steel, selection is primarily a matter of matching the tensile strength of the filler metal to that of the base alloy. For aluminum, many variables come into play, such as ease of welding, crack resistance, ductility, weld strength, corrosion resistance, service temperature, and …

Grain refinement, Microstructural characterization, and tensile properties of die-cast AZ91 alloy …

The optimum amounts of UTS and %El values were achieved by adding 1 wt.% Pb and 0.5 wt.% Sn, respectively. More Pb and Sn additions deteriorated the tensile properties. The fracture surface observations showed that fracture mode in the cast AZ91 alloy

Magnesium alloy - Cast Centre Pty Ltd

2011/5/17· A magnesium-based alloy consists of 1.5-4.0% by weight rare earth element(s), 0.3-0.8% by weight zinc, 0.02-0.1% by weight aluminium, and 4-25 ppm beryllium. The alloy optionally contains up to 0.2% b FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates

Preparation and characterization of aluminum borate …

To develop a new kind of composite material, ''graded morphology MMCs'', a semi-solid magnesium alloy was squeeze-cast into an aluminum borate whisker preform. Currently, to increase the interfacial tensile/shear strength between MMCs and some metal parts, the joining processes have been studied.

ALLOY 625 DATA SHEET - JacquetMetalService

//// Alloy 625 is furnished with one heat treatment for optimum properties up to 1 200 F (649 C) and another for optimum properties above 1 200 F (649 C). The standard anneal at a minimum of 1 600 F (871 C) is used for service temperatures up to 1 200 F

Optimization of Process parameter of TIG welding of …

Very countable nuer of studies on optimization of pulsed current gas tungsten arc welding process parameters to attain maximum tensile strength in AZ31B magnesium alloy [7]. However there is no information available in open literature on prediction of optimum tungsten inert gas arc welding process parameters to attain maximum tensile strength in AZ61 magnesium alloy joints.

Effect of Mg Addition on the Structure and Properties of …

Ternary Al-4.5 (wt%) Cu-3.4 (wt%) Fe in-situ composite was prepared at 1100 C by conventional casting method. However, this particular alloy contains larger needle-shaped intermetallics of Al3Fe phase. These exert adverse effect on the mechanical properties of

Microstructure Evolution and Its Effect on Mechanical Properties of Friction Stir Welded AZ80 Magnesium Alloy …

The welding quality of magnesium alloy FSW weld is extremely sensitive to the welding parameters. Compare to aluminum alloy the optimum parameter window is somewhat narrow [11]. Cao and Jahazi [6] found that, for FSW of AZ31 2 mm wrought sheets,

Superplasticity of a Particle-Strengthened WE43 …

Tensile Properties from Room Temperature to 673K of Mg-0.9mass%Ca Alloy Containing Lamella Mg_2Ca Mechanical Properties and Press Formability at Room Temperature of AZ31 Mg Alloy Processed by Single Roller Drive Rolling

Friction Stir Welding of Magnesium Alloys - A Review

Formation of finer grains, optimum level of heat generation and higher hardness were the main reasons for increased tensile strength.K.L.Harikrishna et.al.[13] in 2010 concentrated on Friction stir welding of ZM 21 Mg alloy which is having a nominal composition of

Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing of AZ31 Magnesium …

AZ31 magnesium alloy is one of the Mg–Al–Zn (AZ) alloys, and typically contains 2.5~3.5 wt % Al, 0.6~1.4 wt % Zn and 0.2~1.0 wt % Mn. At present, AZ31 magnesium alloy is the most widely used among all wrought magnesium alloys.

Formability of stamping magnesium-alloy AZ31 sheets_ …

Since magnesium-alloy exhibits poor formability at room temperature, tensile tests at various temperatures ranging from room temperature to 400 ? C were performed in the present study. The tensile test specimens made of AZ31 sheets of 1.2 mm thickness were prepared according to …

Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys - NIST

Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys / 355 Table 2 Strength ranges of various wrought aluminum alloys Aluminum Type of Tensile Association alloy Strengthening strength range series composition method MPa ksi 1xxx Al Cold work 70–175 10–25 2xxx Al-Cu-Mg Heat treat 170–310 25–45

Full text of "Appliion of rate-temperature parameters …

Effect of strain rate on the tensile strength and the tensile yield strength of HMJIXA-F magnesium-alloy extrusion at elevated tem- peratures after 5 seconds'' holding time at temperature. 11 stress, ks i 35,- 3,0 25 20 15 10 lllJ Dorn Experimental Larson— M i I I er i I I 1 Mil I 1 I I 1 ml (a) Tensile strength.