Industry-oriented sample preparation of 6xxx and 5xxx aluminum alloys in laboratory scale

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Industry-oriented sample preparation of 6xxx and 5xxx aluminum alloys in laboratory scale. / Schmid, Florian; Stemper, Lukas; Pogatscher, Stefan; Ebner, Thomas.

EMC 2019: Optimum utilization of resources and recycling for a sustainable solution. Vol. Volume 2 2019.

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Schmid, F, Stemper, L, Pogatscher, S & Ebner, T 2019, Industry-oriented sample preparation of 6xxx and 5xxx aluminum alloys in laboratory scale. in EMC 2019: Optimum utilization of resources and recycling for a sustainable solution. vol. Volume 2.

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Schmid, F., Stemper, L., Pogatscher, S., & Ebner, T. (2019). Industry-oriented sample preparation of 6xxx and 5xxx aluminum alloys in laboratory scale. In EMC 2019: Optimum utilization of resources and recycling for a sustainable solution (Vol. Volume 2)

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Schmid F, Stemper L, Pogatscher S, Ebner T. Industry-oriented sample preparation of 6xxx and 5xxx aluminum alloys in laboratory scale. In EMC 2019: Optimum utilization of resources and recycling for a sustainable solution. Vol. Volume 2. 2019

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Schmid, Florian ; Stemper, Lukas ; Pogatscher, Stefan ; Ebner, Thomas. / Industry-oriented sample preparation of 6xxx and 5xxx aluminum alloys in laboratory scale. EMC 2019: Optimum utilization of resources and recycling for a sustainable solution. Vol. Volume 2 2019.

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abstract = "The production of industrial-near alloy samples is of major importance, as soon as laboratory testsneed to be compared with industrial processes. Therefore, production facilities must be closely orientedto existing melting techniques, heat treatments and processing parameters. For this purpose, amaster alloy is produced in a resistance heated furnace in 10 kg batches under different cooling parameters.For further alloy variation, small samples (100 g) can be remolten, alloyed and cast undervacuum or protective gas respectively using an induction heated furnace. The further process consistsof an appropriate heat treatment and surface finish. Thereafter, rolling parameters can be varied in asmall scale rolling stand. Considering the final annealing step, various air-circulated furnaces andtempering baths are available. Testing these samples, it has been shown that comparisons consideringgrain size and microstructure as well as mechanical properties are valid.",
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