6061アルミニウム合金の機械的特性に及ぼす押出条件と焼入れ冷却速度の影響 [in Japanese] Effect of extrusion conditions and cooling rate for quench on mechanical properties of 6061 aluminum alloy extrusions [in Japanese]
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Effects of extrusion conditions (temperature and speed) and cooling rate during quenching on tensile properties of 6061 aluminum alloy extrusion after T6 treatment are studied in relation to microstructures. Materials were extruded at the temperature of 673 K and 803 K and at the speed of 2.83 × 10<sup>−2</sup>∼2.33 × 10<sup>−1</sup> m/s, quenched at the cooling rate of 1.0∼83.3 K/s after the solution treatment at 803 K–10.8 ks, and aged at 453 K–28.8 ks. 0.2% proof stress and tensile strength are higher when the temperature and speed of extrusion are high, or when the cooling rate during quenching is high. This is related with grain size and amount of solute Mg and Si after quenching. Elongation is lower at the cooling rate of 4.3∼6.3 K/s in quenching. This is dependent on the large precipitates at grain boundaries.
- J. Japan Inst. Light Metals
J. Japan Inst. Light Metals 50(5), 222-226, 2000-05-30
The Japan Institute of Light Metals