Aluminium Alloys 2006 - ICAA10

Volumes 519-521

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.519-521

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Authors: Anthony D. Rollett, Robert Campman, David Saylor

Abstract: This paper describes some aspects of reconstruction of microstructures in three dimensions. A distinction is drawn between tomographic...

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Authors: Masami Suzuki

Abstract: Recently, average automobile weight has shown the tendency of increasing, due, in part, to the the addition of equipment to improve...

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Authors: Jürgen Hirsch

Abstract: A new approach to improve existing and develop new simulation models and apply them in a sequence to simulate the complete production...

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Authors: Simon P. Ringer

Abstract: This paper sets out the needs for and recent advances in microscopy in Al alloys, using solutesolute and solute-vacancy clustering as...

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Authors: Ai Wu Zhu, Gary J. Shiflet, E.A. Jr. Starke

Abstract: For aerospace structural applications of age-hardenable aluminum at temperatures above 100°C, a primary alloy-design criterion is creep...

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Authors: Terence G. Langdon

Abstract: Processing through the application of severe plastic deformation (SPD) has become important over the last decade because it is now...

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Authors: David J. Lloyd

Abstract: The work hardening of Al alloys is very important in regards to their formability and their deformation behavior in service. The majority...

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Authors: Erik Nes, Bjørn Holmedal, Børge Forbord

Abstract: The microstructure in heavily deformed metals can be characterized as a complex “mixture” of low and high angle boundaries. By careful...

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