Aluminium Alloys - Their Physical and Mechanical Properties
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This 3-volume set presents the proceedings of the seventh International Conferences on Aluminum Alloys: Their Physical and Mechanical Properties. The papers are concerned with the current views of the world’s aluminum experts on the basic understanding and application of aluminum alloys. The proceedings cover a wide range of related topics and present the views from both academia and industry.
Topics include casting and solidification processing; ingot and billet processing; recovery, recrystallization and texture development; phase transformations; joining; mechanical properties; physical properties; and alloy and product development. Papers also address experimentation and modeling of the physical and mechanical properties of aluminum alloys. A broad range of material applications, including transportation, packaging and building and construction are considered.
Sections: Part 1: Keynote Lecture. Casting and Solidification. Processing and Metal Forming. Part 2: Recovery, Recrystallization and Texture. Alloy Development and Phase Transformations. Rapid Solidification and Composites. Part 3: Microstructures and Mechanical Properties. Fatigue, Creep and Fracture. Corrosion and Surface Modifications. Joining. Late Papers.