Strain-ageing of aluminium-magnesium alloys at temperatures between 208° and 369°K

@inproceedings{Westwood1957StrainageingOA,
  title={Strain-ageing of aluminium-magnesium alloys at temperatures between 208° and 369°K},
  author={A. R. C. Westwood and T. Broom},
  year={1957}
}
  • A. R. C. Westwood, T. Broom
  • Published 1957
  • Materials Science
  • Abstract The strain-ageing of aluminium-magnesium alloys has been studied as a function of composition (0.5 to 3% magnesium) and prestrain (1 to 15% extension). Activation energies in the range 0.27 to 0.47 eV have been deduced. In alloys of high (3%) magnesium content the early stages of strain-ageing are, considered to be associated with rapid diffusion near dislocation cores, but in the later stages and in dilute alloys, strain-ageing is caused by the migration of magnesium atoms aided by… CONTINUE READING

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