Effect of quenching in new media on the properties and structure of aluminum alloys
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For quenching of alloys D16, V95, and AK4-1, a 0.3–1.0% PEO solution with molecular weight≥3·106 is optimal. The permissible thickness of the quenched part varies with the type of alloy and PEO concentration.
The distortion after quenching in 0.5% PEO solution is 4–5 times smaller than after quenching in water, while the mechanical properties and corrosion resistance of semifinished products of alloys D16, V95, and AK4-1 meet the technical specifications.
The extent of decomposition of the solid solution in alloy D16 quenched in PEO solutions can be determined by the acoustical method.
KeywordsAluminum Molecular Weight Mechanical Property Solid Solution Aluminum Alloy
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