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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Strip Casting of Light Metals
Presentation Title Effect of Heat Treatment on Tensile and Fatigue Properties of Al 3527K Alloy Manufactured by Twin Roll Strip Casting
Author(s) Min-Seok Baek, Gi-Su Ham, Kwang-Jun Euh, Young-Mok Rhyim, Kee-Ahn Lee
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Min-Seok Baek
Abstract Scope Al 3527K alloy was manufactured by twin roll strip casting. The effect of heat treatment on the tensile and fatigue properties was investigated. Microstructure observation results revealed that both alloys (F; as strip cast material, and H; 480℃/6hrs. heat treated) featured rapid solidification microstructures. Both alloys were identified to be composed of Al, Al<sub>6</sub>(Mn, Fe) and AlFeMnSi phases. H alloy formed a more even phase distribution than F alloy. The tensile properties showed that heat treatment resulted in an increase of strength and decrease of elongation. High-cycle fatigue results showed the F alloy to have a fatigue limit of 120 MPa, and the H alloy to have that of 145 MPa. 3527-F alloy featured a larger deviation in fatigue life in all identical stress conditions compared to the H alloy. This study discussed the tensile and fatigue deformation behaviors of unique strip casting material. [supported by Metals Bank DB program]
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