Alloy and temper designation systems for aluminum

2019-08-24 00:06

WROUGHT ALUMINUM ALLOYS A system of fourdigit numerical designations is used to identify wrought aluminum and wrought aluminum alloys The first digit X xxx indicates the alloy group as follows Aluminum 99 and greater Copper Manganese Silicon Magnesium Magnesium and Silicon Zinc Other element 1xxx 2xxx 3xxx 4xxx 5xxx 6xxx 7xxx 8xxxThe Aluminum Alloy Temper and Designation System. In North America, The Aluminum Association Inc. is responsible for the allocation and registration of aluminum alloys. Currently there are over 400 wrought aluminum and wrought aluminum alloys and over 200 aluminum alloys in the form of castings and ingots registered with the Aluminum Association. alloy and temper designation systems for aluminum

Temper Designation System for Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys The temper designation system used in the United States for aluminum and alumi num alloys is used for all product forms (both wrought and cast), with the exception of ingot. The system is based on the se

The registration office for designations of aluminium and aluminium alloys and tempers is The Aluminum Association Inc. , Washington, DC. (AA). This standard is also the basis for wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy and temper designation standards of ISO and CEN, which therefore permits cross reference between these designation standards. International Temper Designation Systems for Wrought Aluminum Alloys: Part II Thermally Treated (T Temper) Aluminum Alloys By Joseph C. Benedyk, Editor Table I. Basic temper designations per ANSI H35. 1H35. 1(M)2009 and adopted by the European EN 515 and ISO 2107 temper designation systems. Reprinted with permission, 2010 Light Metal Age alloy and temper designation systems for aluminum A fourdigit numerical designation system is used to identify wrought aluminum and aluminum alloys. In addition to providing a detailed account of the temper designation system for aluminum and aluminum alloys, this Article describes wrought and cast aluminum and aluminum alloy designations.

Aluminum Temper Designation System This chapter provides additional detail and illustrations for the use of temper designations in the aluminum industry today for both wrought and cast alloys. This discussion expands on the basic Aluminum Association Temper Designation System as described in Chapter 2. All standard alloy and temper designation systems for aluminum This article describes the systems for designating the aluminum and aluminum alloys that incorporate the product forms (wrought, casting or foundry ingots) and its respective temper for strainhardened alloys, heattreatable alloys and annealed alloys. All these systems are covered by American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard H35. 1. Aluminum Temper Designations. The temper designation system used for all forms, except ingot, of aluminum and its alloys, is based on the sequence of basic treatments used to produce the various tempers. The basic temper designation consists of a letter, and subdivisions of the basic temper are indicated by one or more digits following the letter.

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