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Aluminum-Lithium Alloy Forgings for Aerospace
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published October 01, 1988 by SAE International in United States
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A variety of components have been successfully forged in mechanically alloyed IncoMAP* Alloy A1-905XL and I/M route Alcan 8090 aluminium-lithium alloys. Open die, ring rolling and closed die forging have been shown to be practical processing routes for both materials. The requirement for cold working 8090 prior to ageing in order that optimum properties are developed has been demonstrated. Components in the IncoMAP material require no heat treatment following forging to develop the required property levels. IncoMAP A1-905XL has been shown to be thermally stable following exposure to temperatures up to 400°C.
|Aerospace Material Specification||Copper-Beryllium Alloy, Bars and Rods 98Cu - 1.9Be Solution and Precipitation Heat Treated (TF00, formerly AT)|
|Aerospace Material Specification||Copper-Beryllium Alloy, Bars and Rods 98Cu - 1.9Be Solution Heat Treated, Cold Worked, and Precipitation Heat Treated (TH04, formerly HT)|
CitationShrimpton, G. and Angus, H., "Aluminum-Lithium Alloy Forgings for Aerospace," SAE Technical Paper 881404, 1988, https://doi.org/10.4271/881404.
- Miller W.S. White J. Reynolds M.A. McDarmaid D.S. “Aluminium-Lithium Alloys IV” 151 1987 Journal de Physique
- Angus H.C. Shrimpton G.R.D. “Forged Components in Mechanically Alloyed Aluminium Alloys” P.M. Aerospace Materials Conference Luzern, Switzerland Nov. 1987
- Grimes R. Davis T. Saxty H.J. Fearon J.E. Ibid ret 1 11
- Marchive D. Charue M.O. Ibid ref. 1 43