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    • Recrystallization of an AlMgSi alloy after different modes of hot deformation 

      Tanja Pettersen; E. Nes (2013-12-03)
      Recrystallization of an AlMgSi alloy has been studied after deformation in torsion and plane strain compression. The main emphasis has been focused on describing the development of nuclei in shear deformed material, and a ...
    • Rotary Forging 

      Unknown author (2013-12-03)
      ROTARY FORGING, or orbital forging, is a two-die forging process that deforms only a small portion of the workpiece at a time in a continuous manner. Unfortunately, the term rotary forging is sometimes used to describe the ...
    • Selecting Aluminum Alloys to Resist Failure by Fracture Mechanisms 

      R.J. Bucci; G. Nordmark; E.A. Starke, Jr. (2013-12-03)
      Though virtually all design and standard specifications require the definition of tensile properties for a material, these data are only partly indicative of mechanical resistance to failure in service. Except for those ...
    • Structure, Properties and Application of Alloys of the Al _ Mg _ Si _ (Cu) System 

      N. I. Kolobnev; L. B. Ber; L. B. Khokhlatova; D. K. Ryabov (2013-12-03)
      A brief review of the reports of ICAA12 devoted to high-technology weldable alloys of the Al _ Si _ Mg systemis presented. Five occurrences of 6061.
    • Superplastic behavior and cavitation in high-strain-rate superplastic Si3N4p /Al-Mg-Si composites, 

      Iwasaki, Hajime; Mori, Takasuke; Mabuchi, Mamoru; Higashi, Kenji (2013-12-03)
      High-strain-rate superplastic behavior has been investigated for Si3N4p/Al-Mg-Si (6061) composites with a V f=20 and 30 pct, respectively, where V f is the volume fraction of reinforcements. A maximum elongation was attained ...
    • Surface Engineering of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys 

      Unknown author (2013-12-03)
      ALUMINUM OR ALUMINUM ALLOY products often have various types of finishes applied to their surfaces to enhance appearance or improve functional properties. This article discusses the methods employed in the cleaning, ...
    • Surface Engineering of Specialty Steels 

      Unknown author (2013-12-03)
    • Synthesis and Processing of MMC 

      Rohatg, Pradeep K.; Gupta, Nikhil; Daoud, Atef (2013-12-03)
    • Thermophysical Properties 

      J.J. Valencia and P.N. Quested (2013-12-03)
      Advanced computer simulation Technology is a powerful tool used to understand the critical aspects of heat transfer and fluid transport phenomena and their relationships to metallurgical structures and defect formation in ...
    • Understanding the Aluminum Temper Designation System 

      J. Gilbert Kaufman (2013-12-03)
      This chapter provides additional detail and illustrations for the use of temper designations in the aluminum industry today for both wrought and cast alloys. This discussion expands on the basic Aluminum Association Temper ...
    • Understanding Wrought and Cast Aluminum Alloy Designations 

      J. Gilbert Kaufman (2013-12-03)
      The wrought alloy designation system consists of four numerical digits, sometimes preceded by a capital letter as indicated in Chapter 2. The first digit indicates the principal alloying elements, as described in this ...
    • Workability Theory and Application in Bulk Forming 

      H A Kuhn (2013-12-03)
      Workability is a characteristic of the material/process system. The role of the material is measured by a simple test or tests and should be expressed in a quantitative form that is applicable universally. This measure is ...
    • Wrought aluminum truss core sandwich structures 

      David J. Sypeck (2013-12-03)
      Wrought metallic sandwich structures with open cell truss cores are a relatively new class of multifunctional material systems that can be made using affordable deformation, assembly, and joining processes. Here, the design ...