Effect of preliminary corrosion on the fatigue strength of an aluminum alloy D16
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An experimental study of the effect of corrosion on the subsequent fatigue and corrosion-fatigue strength of an aluminum alloy D16 showed that both the fatigue limit and endurance of this alloy are reduced by corrosion in working media characteristic of certain special aviation applications.
KeywordsAluminum Fatigue Experimental Study Aluminum Alloy Fatigue Strength
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