Learning from Experience of the Stress-Corrosion Failure of High-Strength Aluminum Alloy Forgings / B. Cina, T. Kaatz
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- Stress Corrosion¿̐ưNew Approaches (1975 : Montreal, Canada)
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- 1 online resource (11 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables
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- Cina, B.
American Society for Testing and Materials
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- Despite the extensive literature on the subject and the known methods for preventing stress corrosion, the users of high-strength aluminum alloys are still on occasion faced with this problem particularly in wrought components. Examples from actual experience with aircraft forgings are cited to emphasize the susceptibility of the transverse direction, particularly at parting lines, and the complex and often unpredictable role of residual stresses. Despite the absence of a specific short transverse direction, cylindrical forgings can show considerable susceptibility in their single transverse direction. Attention is drawn to the possibly dangerous combination of stresses resulting from heat treatment, machining, and interference assemblies.
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- Volume 1976, Issue 610 (January 1976)
- 9780803146846 (e-ISBN)
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- Includes bibliographical references 5.
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