Papers by Keyword: Aluminium Silicon Alloy

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Authors: Xiao Zhou Cao, Zhu Xian Qiu, Zhong Ning Shi, Xian Wei Hu, Yun Gang Ban, Zhao Wen Wang
Abstract: Al-Si metal anode was fabricated by cold-press sintering with Al and Si as embedded powder in argon atmosphere. The anti-oxidation in the air and anti-corrosion in molten cryolite properties of Al-Si metal anode at high temperature were examined. The experimental results showed that the oxidation kinetics curve obeyed the parabolic law. The corrosion behavior Al-Si metal anode was studied in electrolysis test. The electrolyte consisted of Na3AlF6(90 wt%),CaF2(5 wt%) and Al2O3(5 wt%) which corresponded to molecular ratio of 2.4. The results indicated that the cell voltage was stable and the electric polarized corrosion rate was higher than the static corrosion rate of metal anode. SEM photographs showed an oxidation film formed in the surface of Al-Si metal anode which can obstruct the further corrosion in molten cryolite. It may be concluded that Al-Si metal anode has good combination property and can replace the carbon anode in the aluminum cell.
Authors: Koichi Kitazono, Eiichi Sato
Abstract: Aluminum foams having extremely low densities offer a large potential for lightweight structural materials. New manufacturing process without expensive aluminum alloy powder has been developed using conventional bulk aluminum alloy sheets. Preform plate containing blowing agent particles is first manufactured through accumulative roll-bonding (ARB) process. By heating the preform plate, closed-cell aluminum foams having various porosity and cell morphology are produced. It was revealed that ARB processing condition is significantly important to produce suitable aluminum foam with high porosity and uniform pore distribution. Present manufacturing process also possesses a potential to apply to many other metal and alloy foams.
Authors: S.M. Traldi, Isolda Costa, Jesualdo Luiz Rossi
Authors: Andreas Pichler, M. Weller, E. Arzt, J. Diehl
Authors: Yoshihiko Murakami, Masaki Sakurai, S. Yui, H. Matuhashi, H. Liu, R. Kawai
Authors: Zhi Feng Zhang, Jun Xu, Yue Long Bai, Li Kai Shi
Abstract: An advanced rheo-diecasting technique, based on a modified multi-electromagnetic stirring continuous preparation (MSCP) process was developed for manufacturing near-net shape Al-alloys components with high integrity. The modified MSCP process innovatively combines noncontact electromagnetic stirring and an annular chamber with specially designed profiles to in situ make high quality semisolid slurry, and intensive forced shearing and self-wiping action can be achieved under high shear rate and high intensity of turbulence inside the annular chamber. Three Al-Si alloys with hypoeutectic, eutectic and hypereutectic compositions were tested in this study. The results indicate that, compared with those produced by conventional high-pressure diecasting (HPDC) process, rheo-diecasting samples based on the modified MSCP process have finer and more uniform microstructure.
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