Aluminum Standards And Data Pdf
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Aluminum Standards and Data is the preeminent reference for aluminum mill product standards and the most complete source of information on wrought aluminum. This reference contains: nominal and specified chemical compositions of alloys, typical mechanical and physical properties of commonly used commercial alloys; mechanical property limits; information on comparative characteristics and applications; definitions and dimensional tolerances for semi-fabricated products. It is available in both US and Metric units as either a hard copy or download.
From designating alloys and answering technical questions to engaging with the academic community, our standards program is the backbone of a vital system that facilitates the production, sale and use of aluminum.
Through the work of our standards team and the Technical Committee on Product Standards (TCPS), the association serves as the major standard setting organization for the global aluminum industry. This includes registering new aluminum alloys and products, managing and updating publications, and more.
The military Bradley Fighting Vehicle is made from two different aluminum alloys: a 7xxx series and 5xxx series. Trusted to keep soldiers safe and mobile, aluminum is also used in many other military vehicles.
Three years later, the system was approved as American National Standard H35.1. This designation system was officially adopted by the International Signatories of the Declaration of Accord in 1970 and became an international designation system. In the same year, Standards Committee H35 on Aluminum Alloys was authorized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), with the Association serving as the Secretariat. The Association has served as the major standard setting organization for the global aluminum industry ever since.
The 1xxx series alloys are comprised of aluminum 99 percent or higher purity. This series has excellent corrosion resistance, excellent workability, as well as high thermal and electrical conductivity. This is why the 1xxx series is commonly used for transmission, or power grid, lines that connect the national grids across the United States. Common alloy designations in this series are 1350, for electrical applications, and 1100, for food packaging trays.
Some alloys are strengthened by solution heat-treating and then quenching, or rapid cooling. Heat treating takes the solid, alloyed metal and heats it to a specific point. The alloy elements, called solute, are homogeneously distributed with the aluminum putting them in a solid solution. The metal is subsequently quenched, or rapidly cooled, which freezes the solute atoms in place. The solute atoms consequently combine into a finely distributed precipitate. This occurs at room temperature which is called natural aging or in a low temperature furnace operation which is called artificial aging.
The 6xxx series are versatile, heat treatable, highly formable, weldable and have moderately high strength coupled with excellent corrosion resistance. Alloys in this series contain silicon and magnesium in order to form magnesium silicide within the alloy. Extrusion products from the 6xxx series are the first choice for architectural and structural applications. Alloy 6061 is the most widely used alloy in this series and is often used in truck and marine frames. Additionally, certain versions of the iPhone have used 6xxx series aluminum extrusions.
Manganese is the major alloying element in this series, often with smaller amounts of magnesium added. However, only a limited percentage of manganese can be effectively added to aluminum. 3003 is a popular alloy for general purpose because it has moderate strength and good workability and may be used in applications such as heat exchangers and cooking utensils. Alloy 3004 and its modifications are used in the bodies of aluminum beverage cans.
4xxx series alloys are combined with silicon, which can be added in sufficient quantities to lower the melting point of aluminum, without producing brittleness. Because of this, the 4xxx series produces excellent welding wire and brazing alloys where a lower melting point is required. Alloy 4043 is one of the most widely used filler alloys for welding 6xxx series alloys for structural and automotive applications.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) H35 oversees and approves changes for five different ANSI aluminum standards. Committee members are comprised of producers, users, general interest and distributors of aluminum, who are mostly not members of the Aluminum Association. The Association is secretariat of this committee and oversees all work related to updating ANSI H35.1, H35.2, H35.3, H35.4 and H35.5, which establish the designation systems for various forms of aluminum and inform other publications produced by the Association.
To facilitate understanding of the basic registration criteria and the information required to consider registration requests for various alloys and product standards, the below-listed forms have been created. Each form includes a template in Word that can be completed by a potential registrant for submission to The Aluminum Association.
Product Divisions may also form technical committees to work on specific standards that affect their products. For example, the Electrical Division has a Task Group of AA Representatives on National Electrical Code Panels.
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Prod #DescriptionUnitPriceOrder / Quote638Combined TEM Test Specimen on 3mm grideach$103.45Qty: aluminum Diffraction Standard - Camera Length Evaporated Aluminum The nominal value of the effective camera length of an EM operating in the selected area mode is not sufficiently accurate for calculations of lattice spacing. The actual value of camera length must be calibrated at the same accelerating voltage and objective lens setting by reference to a known substance with well defined diffraction spacings. A normal specimen is evaporated film of aluminum with a thickness of around 31nm. Very small crystallite size yields ring patterns suitable for calibration. The specimen is supplied with a list of the principal lattice spacings. Made on a G400, 400 square mesh copper Gilder grid.
Technical data, specifications, and recommended practices applicable to steel, stainless steel and aluminum gratings; includes photographs, load tables and details of typical installations. (ANSI/NAAMM MBG 531-17)
Provides classification designation and recommended specifications for finishes applicable to architectural metals; introduction section plus sections on finishes for aluminum, the copper alloys, stainless steel, carbon steel and iron, and applied coatings. (AMP 500-06)
A guide for design professionals, the construction industry and the suppliers of railings featuring up-to-date data on the materials appropriate for use in modern pipe railings, graphic representations of some of the more commonly used construction details, recommendations for their proper structural design under current regulations, advice concerning their installation and anchorage, and guidelines for specifying them. (ANSI/NAAMM AMP 521-01)\
EMLA conducted testing on common metal lath and stucco assemblies to provide baseline data to designers, end-users, and standards organizations. The objective of this report is to analyze this data and provide allowable loads for the tested assemblies.
HMMA's Standards provide authoritative, unbiased information regarding the manufacture, design and use of hollow metal products. The chief objective of our standards is the promotion of careful workmanship and the use of good design practices and quality materials. The establishment of appropriate standards is helpful not only to the architect and manufacturer, but to the contractor and building owner as well. 2b1af7f3a8