Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys - NIST
2016-4-4 · Alloy system (AA designation) MPa ksi Heat treatable sand cast alloys (various tempers) Al-Cu (201–206) 353–467 51–68 Al-Cu-Ni-Mg (242) 186–221 27–32 Al-Cu-Si (295) 110–221 16–32 Al-Si-Cu (319) 186–248 27–36 Al-Si-Cu-Mg (355, 5% Si, 1.25% Cu, 0.5% Mg) 159–269 23–39 Al-Si-Mg (356, 357) 159–345 23–50 ...
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2015-2-18 · tioned designations, the designation 2024-T3 would indicate that alloy 24 (which defines the specific chemistry) belongs to the 2xxx series of wrought alloys and is strengthened by solution heating, cold working, and then naturally aging. Forming. Both cold and hot extrusion methods are used to pro-duce extruded aluminum shapes.
Standard Speciﬁcation for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy ...
Designation: B209M − 14 Standard Speciﬁcation for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Sheet and Plate (Metric)1 This standard is issued under the ﬁxed designation B209M; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of original adoption or, in the case of revision, the year of last revision.
Designation Systems for Wrought Aluminium, Wrought ...
2015-5-12 · The Four-digit Designation System for the Identification of Wrought Aluminium And Wrought Aluminium Alloys This system is a four-digit numerical system in which the first digit indicates the alloy group as follows: Aluminium – 99 percent minimum and greater Aluminium Alloys – grouped by major alloying elements 2XXX Manganese 3XXX
THE Aluminium Automotive MANUAL Materials_Designation ...
2018-10-27 · THE Aluminium Automotive MANUAL Materials_Designation system.pdf,Materials – Designation system Table of contents 3. Designation system 2 3.1 Designation system for wrought and cast alloys and tempers 2 3.2 Wrought alloys3 3.2.1
The Aluminum Association Alloy and Temper System
2016-2-24 · ALLOY TEMPER DESIGNATION SYSTEM John Weritz – The Aluminum Association Ladan Bulookbashi – The Aluminum Association Francesca Licari .
Aluminium alloys in marine applications
2017-7-7 · alloy, as shown in table 10. The last 3 digits have no particular signifi-cance. In fact the designation of a semi-finished product made from an aluminium alloy is in two parts : the first part ± 4 consecutive digits ± denotes the series to which it belongs, hence the domi-nant alloying element, the second ± 1 letter (H or T) fol-