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Figure 1. High pressure die-casting [1].

An Industrial Perspective on Magnesium Alloy Wheels: A Process and Material Design

An Industrial Perspective on Magnesium Alloy Wheels: A Process and Material Design Miaomiao Wang1,21China Copper Institute of Engineering and Technology, Beijing, China.2Kunming Metallurgical Research Institute Co., Ltd. Beijing Branch, Beijing, China.DOI: 10.4236/msa.2023.141002PDFHTML XML18 Downloads   134 Views Abstract Light weights wheels improve vehicle performance with respect to road handling, cornering as well providing fuel economy and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Aluminum

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Figure 9- Left: Schematics of a conventional HPDC cold chamber machine [14]; Right: Typical layout of a component produced by a cold chamber machine [15].

High Pressure Die Casting of Zamak Alloys

Steven Richard Pires de OliveiraDissertação de MestradoOrientador na FEUP: Prof. Doutor Rui Jorge de Lemos NetoOrientador no INEGI: Doutora Inês Vieira de Oliveira Abstract The high pressure die casting process has undergone major advances in recent years, due to its increasing use in the automotive sector. Although aluminum alloys are the most widely used, the

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Fig. 1. The as-cast microstructure of the Al–Si–Cu alloy containing 0.1 wt.% Fe. (a) Optical micrograph showing the overall microstructure; (b) SEM image showing the morphology of eutectic Si phase in the deeply etched sample; (c) backscattered SEM micrograph showing the distribution of Fe-and Cu-rich intermetallic phases (inset: the fine compact α-AlFeMnSi intermetallics); and (d) SEM image showing the morphology of Al2Cu phase (inset: the irregular AlCuMgSi intermetallics).

Effect of heat treatment and Fe content on the microstructure and mechanical properties of die cast Al–Si–Cu alloys

HailinYangabShouxunJiaZhongyunFanaShow moreAdd to MendeleyShareCite https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2015.07.074Get rights and content Highlights • Solution and ageing significantly improve the tensile strength of die-cast Al–Si–Cu alloy. • Low Fe is necessary for improving the ductility in the solution and aged alloy. • Cu-rich phase is dissolved during solutionising of die-cast Al–Si–Cu alloy. • θ′ and Q′ precipitates co-exist in

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