internal stress in the Al extrusion

by XiangYan
Tags: al alloy, extrusion, stress
XiangYan is offline
Jun19-13, 11:02 AM
P: 10
Can anybody tell the stress developed during extrusion of Al Alloy. More importantly, is there a type of Al alloy that prefer least amount of stress.
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lostminty is offline
Jun26-13, 06:28 AM
P: 77
work hardening I would think. Prefer the least amount of stress...I think it would be an aluminium that has undergone significant Ostwald ripening.
Graniar is offline
Jul21-13, 05:56 AM
P: 71
It will also depend on the temperature of extrusion. Higher temperature - less stress.

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