By W. J. G. Bunk (auth.), Dr. Horst Buhl (eds.)
Very mild, very robust. tremendous trustworthy -aircraft and aerospace engineers are. and feature to be. very difficult companions within the fabrics group. the result of their examine and improvement paintings isn't just an important for one specific quarter of purposes. yet may also paved the way to new recommendations in lots of different parts of complicated know-how. Springer-Verlag and the undersigned editor are happy to offer during this quantity. an summary of the various features of fabrics technology and expertise that have been the target of extensive and systematic examine paintings in the course of earlier many years within the laboratories of the German Aerospace examine institution. Its contents indicates essentially the interrelations among ambitions outlined via the consumer. basics supplied via the scientists and attainable recommendations built by means of the sensible engineer. the actual personalized effect which has been given to this quantity through its authors in dedicating it as a farewell current to Professor Wolfgang Bunk. inspiring sci entist and director of the DLR Intitute of fabrics examine for greater than twenty years. has evidently given an further worth to this significant e-book. without doubt. this actually cooperative endeavour will render a precious carrier to a wide interna tional neighborhood of readers. a lot of them having own hyperlinks to the Institute. its director and its staff.
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Thus, in quaternary AI-Li-Cu-Mg alloys three hardening phases can precipitate: 0', Th and S'. Which of the copper bearing phases is formed preferentially depends upon the relative concentrations of the three alloying elements. In alloys with high copper and lithium contents relative to magnesium the T\ phase dominates, whereas high copper and magnesium concentrations relative to lithium result in the preferential precipitation of S'. If the S' phase has grown to sufficient size and distribution by aging, it is effective in slip dispersion.
It is a lightweight, ultrahigh-strength alloy which has been developed to replace 2219. e. both elements must always be present for successfully age hardening this alloy type. The aging sequence can be given as SSSS ---+ GP zones -> 13' ---+ ~ (Mg2Si). The 6XXX alloys are medium strength alloys which are mostly corrosion resistant and readily weldable. One of them, 6061, is a general purpose alloy which is used for aircraft parts where no particular design characteristics are required. The alloy 6013, which has a higher copper content, is considerably stronger than 6061.
Two higher purity versions of 2024 were developed, especially for the Boeing airplanes 757 and 767 namely 2224 and 2324, which are both also used in the naturally aged T3 condition. They are stronger compared to 2024-T3 and they reveal a higher toughness by limiting the iron and silicon contents and thus reducing the volume fraction of coarse constituent particles. The aging sequence for AI-Cu alloys during artificial aging can be described as SSSS -> GP zones -> e' -> e (AI 2Cu) and for alloys which additionally contain magnesium as SSSS -> GPB zones -> S' -> S (AI 2CuMg).
Advanced Aerospace Materials by W. J. G. Bunk (auth.), Dr. Horst Buhl (eds.)