Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 23 Issue 1 February 2000 pp 35-37 Metallic Materials
Impact toughness of six Al-Zn-Mg ternary alloys are compared with two Al-Zn binary alloys and one CP aluminium metal at eight different temperatures of 263, 268, 273, 300, 373, 473, 573 and 673 K. The effects of alloying and temperature on toughness have been compared and analysed. The influence of alloying is more pronounced than that of temperature in reducing the toughness.
Volume 29 Issue 7 December 2006 pp 685-688 Alloys
Friction factor has been determined for CP aluminium and aluminium–zinc alloys using ring compression test at different temperatures from 303 K to 773 K. It is found that CP aluminium exhibits sticking whereas Al–Zn alloys do not exhibit sticking at elevated temperatures. Hot working of Al–Zn alloy is easier than that of CP aluminium at 773 K. As zinc content increases up to 10 wt% the friction factor decreases up to 0.02.
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