Structure and Properties of Aluminium Alloys
Zupanič, Franc (editor)
The demand for aluminum alloys is increasing because of their lightness, high specific strength and other attractive properties, which can exploited in improved products for a greener environment. This book gives a correlation between the processing, microstructure and properties of several aluminium alloys. Some of them are well established and used in an enormous number of applications, while others are still under development. The processing spans from casting, rapid solidification, additive manufacturing, forming, heat-treatment and welding, which can produce interesting microstructures and a useful combination of properties.
KeywordsAl alloy; laser induced arc hybrid welding; heat treatment; microstructure; wrought aluminium alloy; homogenization annealing; thermodynamic equilibrium; intermetallic phases; differential scanning calorimetry (DSC); characterization methods; scalability; mechanical properties; aluminium alloys; aluminium; ageing; quasicrystal; transmission electron microscopy; aluminium alloy; SLM; auxetic structures; numerical analysis; fatigue; Al alloy 7075-T6; ultrasonic fatigue; artificial pits; pre-corrosion; crack initiation; 7xxx aluminum series; early precipitation stages; corrosion; Al3(Sc,Zr) particles; annihilation of positrons; activation energy; material flow; asymmetric weld; tensile strength; VPPA; aluminum alloy AA5083; rapid solidification; melt spinning; high-strength aluminum; extrusion; bimodal microstructure; precipitations
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues