Paper Title:

Cryo-Rolling and Formability of 2024 Aluminium

Periodical Materials Science Forum (Volume 765)
Main Theme Light Metals Technology 2013
Chapter Chapter 3: Forming
Edited by Ian Stone, Brian McKay and Zhongyun Fan
Pages 434-438
DOI 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.765.434
Citation Adam S. Taylor et al., 2013, Materials Science Forum, 765, 434
Online since July, 2013
Authors Adam S. Taylor, Matthias Weiss, Tim Hilditch, Peter D. Hodgson, Nicole Stanford
Keywords Aluminium Alloy 2024, Cryo-Rolling, Formability
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Sheets of precipitate hardenable 2024 aluminium have been processed by rolling at liquid nitrogen temperature in order to refine the microstructure. A number of different aging/heat treating procedures have been utilised that have resulted in significantly different mechanical properties. The cryo-rolled material was heat treated at 150 °C for varying times and the resulting mechanical properties evaluated as a function of this holding time. The resulting properties were found to be strongly influenced by precipitates that formed either during the aging step, rolling process or the subsequent heat treatment. The formability of the cryo-rolled and heat treated material has been investigated using a limiting dome height test (Erichsen cupping test).

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