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Title: High strength powder metallurgy aluminum alloys II; Proceedings of the Symposium on Aluminum Powder Metallurgy, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 13-17, 1985

Abstract

Papers are presented on the strengthening mechanism and fatigue crack growth behavior of Al powder alloys; the thermomechanical processing and superplastic evaluation of P/M Al alloys; the effect of thermal treatment on the properties of rapidly solidified alloys; the design and development of high modulus Al-Zn-Mg-X P/M Al alloys; high strength weldable Al alloys made from rapidly solidified powder; and the superplastic forming of a high strength powder Al alloy with and without SiC reinforcement. Consideration is given to the tensile behavior of SiC reinforced Al composites; water desorption during degassing of Al powders; the effects of metallurgical and process variables on Al powder consolidation; the influence of cooling rate on the microstructure and mechanical properties of rapidly solidified Al-Fe-Z alloys; and the microstructure of melt-spun Al-Fe and Al-Fe-Ce alloys. Topics discussed include internal friction damping in a rapidly solidified Al-Fe-Ce alloy; the elevated temperature mechanical behavior of P/M dispersion strengthened Al-Fe-Ni alloys; the production and properties of rapidly solidified Al-Cr-Zr alloys; the coarsening behavior of rapidly solidified Al-Ti alloys; and the elastic modulus of rapildy solidified Al-Mn and Al-Be alloys.

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Publication Date:
OSTI Identifier:
6041065
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OSTI ID: 6041065
Report Number(s):
CONF-8510160-
Resource Type:
Conference
Resource Relation:
Conference: ASM metals congress/TMS-AIME fall meeting, Toronto, Canada, 13 Oct 1985
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; ALUMINIUM BASE ALLOYS; MEETINGS; COMPOSITE MATERIALS; CRACK PROPAGATION; ELASTICITY; FABRICATION; HIGH TEMPERATURE; LEADING ABSTRACT; MICROSTRUCTURE; PLASTICITY; POWDER METALLURGY; PRECIPITATION HARDENING; SILICON CARBIDES; TENSILE PROPERTIES; ABSTRACTS; ALLOYS; ALUMINIUM ALLOYS; CARBIDES; CARBON COMPOUNDS; CRYSTAL STRUCTURE; DOCUMENT TYPES; HARDENING; MATERIALS; MECHANICAL PROPERTIES; METALLURGY; SILICON COMPOUNDS 360100* -- Metals & Alloys

Citation Formats

Hildeman, G.J., and Koczak, M.J. High strength powder metallurgy aluminum alloys II; Proceedings of the Symposium on Aluminum Powder Metallurgy, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 13-17, 1985. United States: N. p., 1986. Web.
Hildeman, G.J., & Koczak, M.J. High strength powder metallurgy aluminum alloys II; Proceedings of the Symposium on Aluminum Powder Metallurgy, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 13-17, 1985. United States.
Hildeman, G.J., and Koczak, M.J. Wed . "High strength powder metallurgy aluminum alloys II; Proceedings of the Symposium on Aluminum Powder Metallurgy, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 13-17, 1985". United States.
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title = {High strength powder metallurgy aluminum alloys II; Proceedings of the Symposium on Aluminum Powder Metallurgy, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 13-17, 1985},
author = {Hildeman, G.J. and Koczak, M.J.},
abstractNote = {Papers are presented on the strengthening mechanism and fatigue crack growth behavior of Al powder alloys; the thermomechanical processing and superplastic evaluation of P/M Al alloys; the effect of thermal treatment on the properties of rapidly solidified alloys; the design and development of high modulus Al-Zn-Mg-X P/M Al alloys; high strength weldable Al alloys made from rapidly solidified powder; and the superplastic forming of a high strength powder Al alloy with and without SiC reinforcement. Consideration is given to the tensile behavior of SiC reinforced Al composites; water desorption during degassing of Al powders; the effects of metallurgical and process variables on Al powder consolidation; the influence of cooling rate on the microstructure and mechanical properties of rapidly solidified Al-Fe-Z alloys; and the microstructure of melt-spun Al-Fe and Al-Fe-Ce alloys. Topics discussed include internal friction damping in a rapidly solidified Al-Fe-Ce alloy; the elevated temperature mechanical behavior of P/M dispersion strengthened Al-Fe-Ni alloys; the production and properties of rapidly solidified Al-Cr-Zr alloys; the coarsening behavior of rapidly solidified Al-Ti alloys; and the elastic modulus of rapildy solidified Al-Mn and Al-Be alloys.},
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