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  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have strong corrosion resistance. They are sensitive to high temperatures ranging between 200 and 250°C (392 and 482°F), and can lose some of their strength.
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminium / Aluminum alloys are known for their strong corrosion resistance. These alloys are sensitive to high temperatures ranging between 200 and 250°C (392 and 482°F), and tend to lose some of...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have high strength at subzero temperatures. They also have high ductility. The aluminum 3105 alloy is 98% pure aluminum alloy. It has high corrosion resistance, and good weldability...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have strong corrosion resistance characteristics and high electrical conductivity. The strength of these alloys increase at subzero temperatures and strength is lost when these alloys...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys feature strong corrosion resistance. These alloys are considered as good low-temperature alloys as their strength increases when exposed to subzero temperatures and they lose some of...
  • Article - 27 Aug 2012
    Carbon is the main alloying element present in the carbon steels. They also contain 0.4% of silicon and 1.2% of manganese. Elements such as nickel, copper, aluminium, and molybdenum are present in...
  • Article - 30 Jul 2012
    Possessing good properties, workability, and a wide field of commercial applications, copper-nickel (Cu-Ni) alloys are commercially important for a number of industries.
  • Article - 24 Jul 2012
    Low alloy special purpose steels or group L steels contain small quantities of chromium, nickel, vanadium, and molybdenum. L2 and L6 form the group L steels.
  • Article - 24 Jul 2012
    Low-carbon mold steels or group P steels are of different types that include P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P20, and P21 steels. Chromium and nickel are the main alloying elements found in group P steels.
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    The standard version of the Mflow extrusion plastometers can be used to establish the melt mass flow rate (MFR).