The Effect of Rolling Direction to the Tensile Properties of AA5083 Specimen

@inproceedings{Najib2015TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Rolling Direction to the Tensile Properties of AA5083 Specimen},
  author={Latifah Mohd Najib and A. Alisibramulisi and N. M. Amin and I. Bakar and Sulaiman Hasim},
  year={2015}
}
Tensile tests are commonly used to provide information on the tensile properties of materials. However, limited tests have been done on the orientation angles of material for the same properties. Thus, the present paper discusses the effect of three different angles to the tensile properties of aluminium alloy AA5083 dog-bone specimens based on the original rolling direction. For this purpose, the angles chosen and tested were 0°, 45° and 90°. It is found that, as the orientation angle… Expand
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