Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 28, Issue 11, pp 824–827 | Cite as

Distortion of drop forgings and articles made of aluminum alloys

  • G. L. Shneider
  • V. A. Znova
  • I. I. Bershtein
  • V. V. Merzlyuk
Nonferrous Metals and Alloys

Keywords

Aluminum Aluminum Alloy Drop Forging 

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  • G. L. Shneider
  • V. A. Znova
  • I. I. Bershtein
  • V. V. Merzlyuk

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