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Iron in aluminum alloys

impurity and alloying element

by N. A. Belov

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Published by Taylor & Francis in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iron-aluminum alloys.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-340) and index.

    StatementN.A. Belov and A.A. Aksenov and D.G. Eskin ; translated from the Russian by A.I. Kozlenkov.
    SeriesAdvances in metallic alloys ;, v. 2
    ContributionsAksenov, A. A., Eskin, D. G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA479.A4 B45 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 342 p. :
    Number of Pages342
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3436183M
    ISBN 100415273528
    LC Control Number2005280346
    OCLC/WorldCa48467107

    of the alloys thus formed the density is little changed. These are the so-called light alloys, in which aluminium is a main constituent, and which can be divided into:— (i) Light alloys of low strength, (ii) Light alloys of great strength. In others, aluminium is present in such small quantity thatFile Size: 4MB. Discusses the phase composition and structure of iron-containing alloys, the influence of iron on various properties and the harmful effects of iron as an impurity. This book also explores the use of iron in the development of alloys and composites and is intended for students, engineers and researchers working in materials science and metallurgy.

    loying element in nonferrous alloys, such as aluminum, zinc, and lead. It is used as an oxy-gen scavenger in nickel and copper alloys and as a desulfurizer in iron and steel production. Magnesium improves the toughness and ductil-ity of cast iron by making the graphite particles nodular. This is the greatest use of magnesium by weight. Aluminum-silicon alloys with iron and nickel have particularly good resistance to high-temperature water or steam. In secondary alloys, where many elements are present in small amounts, zinc and manganese compensate for copper and nickel, and corrosion resistance is reported as .

    W. M. Corse and G. F. Comstock - "Some copper-aluminum-iron alloys" - Transaction Am. Inst. Metals, P, L. P. Costas - "Atmospheric corrosion of copper alloys exposed for 15 to 20 years" - Paper from Atmospheric Corrosion of Metals, Report No ASTM STP, Jun. , The book also explores the use of iron in the development of new alloys and composites. It presents analyses of equilibrium and non-equilibrium phase diagrams and structure of iron-containing alloys to the development of new alloys and composite materials.


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