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TABLE 32.7 Alloy Designations for Steels
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Some examples: 2130 is a steel with 1 percent nickel and 0.3 percent carbon. 4340 is a steel with a total of 3 percent Mo, Ni, and Cr and 0.4 percent C. 52100 is a steel with 2 percent Cr and 1 percent C.
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32.15.2 Designation System for Aluminum Alloys Wrought aluminum alloys are specified by a code consisting of four-digit numbers such as 1100, 2024, or 7075.To explain this code, the letters XYZZ are substituted for the four digits. The types of alloys present in the aluminum are identified by the letter X from Table 32.8. The second digit in the code, Y, indicates alloy modifications. When Y is zero, it indicates the original alloy, or in the 1YZZ series it indicates that the alloy is made to the standard impurity limits. When Y is any digit from 1 to 9, it indicates that a modification has been made to the original alloy and then designates which of the sequential changes were made. For example, 7075 refers to the original zinc alloy, whereas 7175 and 7475 refer to the first and fourth modifications made to it. The third and fourth digits (ZZ in the code) have no numerical significance but simply relate to the chemical composition of the alloys.
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TABLE 32.8 Alloy Designations for Wrought Aluminum Alloys
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Temper Designation. The temper designation for aluminum alloys consists of a suffix which is a letter that may be followed by several digits. The suffix is separated from the alloy designation by a hyphen or dash. For example, 7075-T4 identifies both the alloy composition and its temper. The T in this suffix identifies the tempering treatment as a heat-treating process. Table 32.9 shows the letters used to identify the type of process used in the tempering treatment. In addition to the T temper designations, other two- or three-digit numbers have been assigned to some specific treatments to certain special alloys or types of products.
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32.15.3 Designation System for Copper Alloys The designation system for copper alloys is not based on a coded system as those for steel and aluminum alloys are. It is simply a means of defining the chemical composition of the specific alloys. Table 32.10 identifies the principal alloying elements for the common classes of copper alloys. Temper Designation. The temper designation for copper alloys refers to the amount of cold work given to the metal.Table 32.11 defines the amount of cold work associated with each temper designation.
TABLE 32.9 Tempering Processes and Designations for Aluminum Alloys
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TABLE 32.10 Designation of Copper Alloys
TABLE 32.11 Temper Designation of Copper Alloys
32.15.4 Designation System for Magnesium Alloys The designation system for magnesium alloys consists of four parts that include a combination of letters and digits. A typical example is AZ31B-H24. The first part of the designation consists of two letters representing the two main alloying elements in order of decreasing amounts.The 10 principal alloying elements are given the following letters: A, aluminum; E, rare earth; H, thorium; K, zirconium; L, lithium; M, manganese; Q, silver; S, silicon; T, tin; and Z, zinc. Thus, in the preceding alloy, the main element is aluminum and the second one is zinc. The second part consists of two digits corresponding to rounded-off percentages of the two main alloying elements. In the preceding example the alloy contains 3 percent aluminum and 1 percent zinc. The third part of the designation consists of a letter that indicates the chronologic order of when that particular composition became a standard one. In the preceding example the letter B indicates that this particular alloy is the second one, having 3 percent aluminum and 1 percent zinc, that became an industry standard.
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