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By Gilbert J. Kaufman

Kaufman prevents this precis of knowledge at the fracture features of aluminum alloys, extensively in response to a book by way of Alcoa in 1964, Fracture features of Aluminum Alloys . assurance contains tensile houses as symptoms of fracture habit; notched-bar influence and comparable assessments for t

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3 4 1 ... 0 6 7 3 3 3 ... 2 ... ... 3 ... 3 ... 7 4 8 6 5 10 8 6 16 13 12 5 8 5 5 4 5 ... ... ... 2 2 ... ... ... 2 ... ... ... 1 ... 33 Specimens per Fig. 7(a). Each line is the average of duplicate or triplicate tests of an individual lot of material. 2%. 5 in. diameter, notch round specimens from aluminum alloy plate, transverse Alloy and temper 2014-T651 2020-T651(a) Nominal thickness, in. 8 16 8 4 6 5 5 2 4 4 22 22 22 ... 16 16 16 16 13 14 14 12 13 ... ... ... 21 20 18 20 ... 16 ...

04 Specimens per Fig. 4(b). Each line represents the average of three specimens from a single lot of material. 2% in 2 in. gage length. 7(b) Results of tensile tests of smooth and notched 1 in. 125 in. 07 Specimens per Fig. 4(b). Each line represents the average of three specimens from a single lot of material. 2% in 2 in. gage length. 5 in. 9 ... 44 ... 07 ... , % NTS/TS NTS/YS Specimens per Fig. 7(b). Each line represents the average of duplicate to triplicate tests of an individual lot of material.

Many data for 4043 welds fall well below the band for wrought alloys, a notable exception being when the 4043 weld in 6061T6 was heat treated and aged after welding. 5 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Tensile yield strength, ksi Fig. 7 Notch-yield ratio (notch tensile strength/tensile yield strength) vs. 9). Specimens per Fig. 500 in. in thickness using sheet-type specimens (Fig. 6), and ASTM E 602 (Ref 7) for thicker materials using cylindrical specimens (Fig. 7a). 5 in. 89 Specimens per Fig. 3; each line is the average of duplicate or triplicate tests of an individual lot of material.

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