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The development of properties and structure of precipitation-hardened Al-Mg-Si alloy during continuous casting and rolling by the Continuus-Properzi method

The development of properties and structure of precipitation-hardened Al-Mg-Si alloy during continuous casting and rolling by the Continuus-Properzi method

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Nowadays, commonly used feedstock to produce self-supporting overhead conductors is precipitation-hardened Al-Mg-Si alloy wire rod, obtained in a continuous casting and rolling line, e.g. Continuus-P ...
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Number of pages:6
Year published:2011
Weight:0.2500
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By Tadeusz Knych, Andrzej Mamala, Beata Smyrak, and Piotr Osuch, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
2011
 
Nowadays, commonly used feedstock to produce self-supporting overhead conductors is precipitation-hardened Al-Mg-Si alloy wire rod, obtained in a continuous casting and rolling line, e.g. Continuus-Properzi. Phase transformations of alloy additions occurs in this process, which affects the alloy properties a variety of ways. This paper discusses the results of an investigation of the development of structure, electrical properties, and hardness of alloy 6101 material from the casting wheel to each rolling stand.
  
 
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