Al-Si Alloys: Automotive, Aeronautical, and Aerospace Applications
Springer, Jul 2, 2017 - Technology & Engineering - 237 pages
This book details aluminum alloys with special focus on the aluminum silicon (Al‐Si) systems – that are the most abundant alloys second only to steel. The authors include a description of the manufacturing principles, thermodynamics, and other main characteristics of Al‐Si alloys. Principles of processing, testing, and in particular applications in the Automotive, Aeronautical and Aerospace fields are addressed.
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