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High-strength aluminum casting alloy for high-temperature applications

High-strength aluminum casting alloy for high-temperature applications

(MSFC Center director"s discretionary fund final project no. 97-10)

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Marshall Space Flight Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Marshall Space Flight Center, Ala.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aluminum alloys.,
  • Automobiles.,
  • Cast alloys.,
  • High strength alloys.,
  • High temperature.,
  • Tensile strength.,
  • Air pollution.,
  • Tensile properties.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHigh strength aluminum casting alloy for high temperature applications
    StatementJ.A. Lee.
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 1998-209004, NASA technical memorandum -- 209004..
    ContributionsGeorge C. Marshall Space Flight Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17133204M

    The B 4 C particles increased the mechanical properties of both matrix alloys over the entire temperature interval that was analysed. This effect was reduced at high temperature, but is still significant to °C. The presence of B 4 C particles caused the mean grain size of both aluminium alloys to be slightly reduced. However, the mean Cited by: Depending on strength requirements, filler metals will either conform to AWS grades ER CuAl-A1 (moderate strength, used for weld overlay and metallizing to repair bearing and corrosion-resistant surfaces, and not intended for joining); ER CuAl-A2 (intermediate strength, for joining aluminum bronze fabrications, joining a wide variety of.

    High strength AA7xxx alloys have been extensively used in aerospace industry. However, experience in cast house demonstrates that such alloys are particularly prone to cold cracking and ingot distortion during direct chill (DC) casting, which leads to big amount of scraping or even total rejection of ingot. Those stress induced defects are greatly affected by casting process, and fine tuning Cited by: 3. Aluminum Alloy Castings_Properties, Processes and Applications, _(J. Gilbert Kaufman, Elwin L. Rooy).pdf pages:

    High temperature resistance is essential in many applications. Gas turbines, fuel nozzles, heat treating fixtures, and furnace muffles. These materials must stand up to high heat, extreme oxidation potential and cycling. (UNS R) Co , Cr , W , Ni , Fe Mn Excellent strength for continuos service to °F. hardening (heat treatment). It is a weldable, high strength alloy which also exhibits good corrosion resistance. The chemical composition of the alloys are shown in Table 1. High temperature behavior This section on aluminum material behavior contains the high .


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High-strength aluminum casting alloy for high-temperature applications Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aluminum Al-MS95 is a powder route manufactured high temperature alloy with exceptional strength up to °C. With room temperature strengths up to MPa including good ductiltiy it can be used for a wide range of applications. Thermal stability is quite good up. High-Strength Aluminum Casting Alloy for High-Temperature Applications (MSFC Center Director's Discretionary Fund Final Report, Project No.

) J.A. Lee Marshall Space Flight Center, Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama National Aeronautics and Space Administration Marshall Space Flight Center December Cited by: 3.

The alloy is fabricated by a) squeeze casting an aluminum alloy melt of such character; (b) extracting the solidified casting from the die and heat treating the casting to dissolve all alloying elements (i.e., °° F.

for hours); and (c) aging the solution treated casting to achieve improved strength characteristics (i.e., in the Cited by: NASA alloy also offers greater wear resistance, surface hardness, dimensional stability, and lower thermal expansion compared to conventional aluminum alloys for several commercial and Author: Jonathan A Lee.

A super-high strength cast and wrought aluminum alloy with specific strengths exceeding that of a Ti-5AlSn alloy and tensile ductility of about 10% or higher, both at room and cryogenic. High-Temperature Aluminum Alloys Project No. Agreement No. pm_smith__0. Evaluate candidate high temperature and high strength aluminum- levels are attractive for potential Cummins applications The AFM alloy has been selected for the next phase of scale-up which will.

Commercialization of NASA's High Strength Cast Aluminum Alloy for High Temperature Applications Jonathan A. Lee NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) ED33/Metallic Materials and Processes Group Huntsville, AL J @ Phone: () ABSTRACT In this paper, the commercialization of a new high strength cast.

The most important of the high-strength aluminum alloys is the age-hardenable AlZnMgCu alloy AA Typical processing parameters are a temperature of. Aluminum Al-MS78 is a very high strength series Aluminum alloy made via an advanced powder processing route.

It shows very high strength and excellent fatigue strength. The strength is about 40% higher compared to A The fatigue ratio is higher than for conventional Aluminum alloys due to the small grain size.

It is available up to D. High temperature resistance is essential in many applications. Gas turbines, fuel nozzles, heat treating fixtures, and furnace muffles.

These materials must stand up to high heat, extreme oxidation potential and cycling. HASTELLOY ® alloy X (HX) (UNS N) NiCrFeMo Get this from a library. High-strength aluminum casting alloy for high-temperature applications: (MSFC Center director's discretionary fund final project no.

Materials Properties Database for Selection of High-Temperature Alloys and Concepts of Alloy Design for SOFC Applications Z.G. Yang J.W. Stevenson D.M. Paxton P. Singh K.S. Weil November Prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract DE-ACRLFile Size: KB.

Volume 2B covers the metallurgy, processing, fabrication, properties, and performance of aluminum alloys. The articles in the first section of the volume provide details on the selection of aluminum alloys to meet specific design and performance criteria.

duty diesel propulsion applications High temperature and high strength aluminum alloys that exist have been produced by expensive processing methods (high energy ball milling) Material processing requires scale-up and development of supplier base Budget Total project funding DOE – $1,K FY11 Funding - $K FY12 Funding - $K.

@article{osti_, title = {Beryllium-aluminum alloys for investment castings}, author = {Nachtrab, W T and Levoy, N}, abstractNote = {Beryllium-aluminum alloys containing greater than 60 wt % beryllium are very favorable materials for applications requiring light weight and high stiffness.

However, when produced by traditional powder metallurgical methods, these alloys are expensive and. - High strength nickel based alloy used for land based gas turbines. Alloy W. Inventory. Weld Wire; aluminum is a heat-treatable Zinc alloy commonly used for structural parts subject to high stresses.

High-Temperature Alloy Properties. A new class of castable cerium strengthened aluminum alloys has phenomenal high temperature properties without the need for heat treatment. Choosing the Right Alloys for High Temperature Service.

For any business involved in working with alloys in extremely hot environments, choosing the right alloys for high temperature service is far from straightforward. After all, there is no such thing as uniformity when it. The use of a high strength and high temperature aluminum alloy can reduce the weight of components providing a substantial increase in the system’s thrust-to-weight ratio.

New aluminum alloys containing nanocrystalline L 12 strengthening precipitate are being developed under a program funded by the Air Force Research Laboratory. An effective high temperature aluminum alloy should exhibit a similar structural constitution.

Trialuminide intermetallic compounds (Al 3 X) have many attractive characteristics, such as low density, high specific strength, good heat resistance and excellent oxidation resistance. Therefore, they are excellent candidates for use as dispersoids. Abstract. High-strength aluminum alloys are of considerable importance in our technologically advanced society.

Perhaps the best-known application is in the aerospace industry, where the high-strength aluminum alloys are the engineer’s mainstay for rockets, spacecraft, aircraft, and hydrospace by: Aluminum alloys for diesel engine applications need to withstand higher operating temperatures and pressures as compared to conventional 3xxx based alloys that lose strength above oC.

This paper presents selected results pertaining to alloy development with improved high temperature performance based on the modified by:   W.M. Griffith, R.E. Sanders, G.J. Hildeman, in Elevated Temperature Aluminum Alloys for Aerospace Applications.

High-strength powder metallurgy aluminum alloys, proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the powder metallurgy committee of the metallurgical society of AIME, 17–18 February Google ScholarCited by: 4.