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Study of Mechanical And Tribological Properties of Aluminium LM4 And Aluminium LM4 Alloy Composite and Also The Effect of Heat Treatment

Author(s):

Tilak Dewangan , Shri Shankaracharya Institute Of Technology And Management ; Ashok Sharma, Shri Shankaracharya Institute Of Technology And Management ; Mayur Thombre, Shri Shankaracharya Institute Of Technology And Management

Keywords:

LM4, Al-Cu

Abstract

In the present scenario a lot of research works has been carried out in various fields aimed to achieve various objectives in which cost reduction is one of the major issues of concern. Particularly in automotive industry researches are involved in finding and developing newer and better cost effective materials than the existing ones. For these purposes aluminium has been a boon to the industry. This is due to their light weight, high specific strength, high stiffness and corrosion resistance as compared to other alloys. Aluminum-copper combinations containing 2 to 10% Cu, by and large with different augmentations, structure critical groups of compounds. Both cast and created aluminum-copper amalgams react to arrangement heat treatment and ensuing maturing with an expansion in quality and hardness and a diminishing in prolongation. The reinforcing is most extreme somewhere in the range of 4 and 6% Cu, contingent because of different constituents present Silicon, after iron, has the most astounding polluting influence level in electrolytic business aluminum (0.01 to 0.15%). In fashioned amalgams, silicon is utilized with magnesium at levels up to 1.5% to create Mg2Si in the 6xxx arrangement of warmth treatable composites. LM4 composites contain 2-4% Copper and 4-6% Silicon. It has genuinely great machining properties being middle of the road between the fairly troublesome Al-Si amalgams and the effectively machinable Al-Cu compound.LM4 alloys contain 2-4% Copper and 4-6% Silicon. It has fairly good machining properties being intermediate between the rather difficult Al-Si alloys and the easily machinable Al-Cu alloy.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I20712
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2019
Page(s): 775-782

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