The relationship of microstructure to monotonic and cyclic straining of two age hardening aluminum alloys View Full Text


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DATE

1976-09

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T. H. Sanders, E. A. Starke

ABSTRACT

The effect of microstructure on the monotonic and low cycle fatigue properties of a high purity, large grain, ternary aluminum-zinc, magnesium (Al-Zn-Mg) alloy and a high strength 7050 aluminum alloy was investigated. The best combination of fatigue life, strength, and ductility for the ternary alloy resulted when aged to produce a microstructure containing predominately η′ having a Guinier radius of approximately 65å and a small amount of incoherent η (MgZn2). Superior fatigue life, strength, and ductility were found when the 7050 alloy was aged to produce the maximum number of partially coherent η′ precipitates having a Guinier radius of approximately 35å. Aging the 7050 alloy to produce particles larger than 50å gave a microstructure that had lower fatigue properties at the low plastic strain amplitudes, δεp/2 <1.0 pct. The empirical CoffinManson relationship was found to hold for a given deformation process, however changes in deformation character resulted in changes in the Coffin-Manson parameters. More... »

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1407-1418

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