Faster Methods of Studying Quenching Aluminum through Jominy End Quench
The Jominy end quench test is well known as a method of measuring Hardenability in steels. In non-ferrous alloys, there is a desire to determine the effect of quenching on final properties after heat treating. The Jominy End Quench test offers a method for studying many quenching conditions with a minimum of samples. The potential for developing new understanding of the complex response of non-ferrous alloys to processing conditions, especially quenching, will be presented. Examples of the properties measured on Jominy samples of aluminum will be included.
J. W. Newkirk et al., "Faster Methods of Studying Quenching Aluminum through Jominy End Quench," Heat Treating 1998: Proceedings of the 18th Conference (1998, Cincinatti, OH), pp. 143 - 150, ASM International, Oct 1998.
18th Conference of Heat Treating Including the Liu Dai Memorial Symposium (1998: Oct. 12-15, Cincinatti, OH)
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Agitation Systems; Aluminum Heat Treatment; Age Hardening; Aluminum Alloys; Cooling; Corrosion Fatigue; Eddy Current Testing; Metallographic Microstructure; Microhardness; Nozzles; Precipitation (chemical); Pyrometers; Stress Corrosion Cracking; Temperature Distribution; Thermal Conductivity; Thermocouples; Transmission Electron Microscopy; Vickers Hardness Testing; Quenching
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01 Oct 1998