Interactive Resource icon  Effect of Alloying in Aluminium on Work Hardening Rate

 
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Description: This interactive animation present stress-strain curves for both commercial purity and Mg-alloyed aluminium. In comparison with 99.5% Al, the Mg solute allows very little dynamic recovery at room temperature, thus preventing dislocation rearrangement into a cell structure. Of course, since recovery is a thermally activated process, a cell structure can be produced in Al - 5%Mg by deforming at a higher temperature, e.g. at 400 °C. In this animation you can click on the micrographs to enlarge.
Keywords: solute content • alloying • hardening
Categories: Science approaches > Strengthening mechanisms
Materials > Metals & alloys > Aluminium & alloys
Created by: MATTER, The University of Liverpool
Andrew Green, The University of Liverpool
Contributions: Jürgen Hirsch, Hydro Aluminium Deutschland GmbH
Graeme Marshall, Alcan International Ltd
Paul Evans, Innoval Technology Ltd (formerly Alcan Intl. Ltd, Banbury)
Ricky Ricks, Innoval Technology Ltd (formerly Alcan Intl. Ltd, Banbury)
Published by: European Aluminium Association, Brussels
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Date created: 23 November 2001
Date added: 21 December 2009
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Resource ID: 2613