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A TEM study of the combined effect of severe plastic deformation and (Zr), (Sc plus Zr)-containing dispersoids on an Al-Mg-Si alloy. Journal of Materials Science, Vol. 41, No. ; De Marco, P. P. & Leo, P. (2009). FEM and metallurgical analysis of modified 6082 aluminium alloys processed by multipass ECAP: Influence of material properties and different process settings on induced plastic strain. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Vol. 209, No. ; Oh, C. & Lee, D. N. (1994). 999 pct aluminum.

Specimens were obtained using a 2000 kN hydraulic press, applying different pressures. Unnotched impact energy specimens 55×10×10 mm3 (ISO 5754) were prepared. 001 g. 01 mm). Specimens were dewaxed in a ventilated furnace (Nabertherm) at 673 K for 3600 s-1. Sintering was carried out in a vacuum furnace (TAV) at 883 K for 1800 s-1, with an applied cooling rate (post sintering) of 6 K/s. The cooling rate was monitored and recorded by means of thermocouples inserted in the central axis and close to the surface of the specimen.

Specimens were obtained using a 2000 kN hydraulic press, applying different pressures. Unnotched impact energy specimens 55×10×10 mm3 (ISO 5754) were prepared. 001 g. 01 mm). Specimens were dewaxed in a ventilated furnace (Nabertherm) at 673 K for 3600 s-1. Sintering was carried out in a vacuum furnace (TAV) at 883 K for 1800 s-1, with an applied cooling rate (post sintering) of 6 K/s. The cooling rate was monitored and recorded by means of thermocouples inserted in the central axis and close to the surface of the specimen.

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