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B. Płonka, J. Kut, P. Korczak, M. Lech-Grega and M. Rajda

The Influence of Extrusion Process Parameters and Heat Treatment on the Mechanical Properties of High-Strenght Magnesium Alloy

The article consists test results of direct extrusion AZ80A & ZK60A magnesium alloys. Extrusion process was conducted in the temperature range 350°C-450°C at different extrusion speeds (ram speed 0.8 mm/s and 2.8 mm/s). In order to find optimum precipitation strengthening parameters the aging curves have been made. Extruded rods were characterized by mechanical properties in different tempers. Basic structure researches of magnesium alloys have been made.

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B. Płonka, K. Remsak, P. Korczak, M. Lech-Grega and M. Rajda

The aim of the study was to test and assess products extruded from the magnesium alloys type MgAlZn: AZ31, AZ61 and AZ80A alloys in the form of Ø35mm round bars and 80x15mm flat bars. The test material was extruded in a direct system with the ram feed speed of 1 mm/s and the extrusion ratio λ = 7 ÷ 9. The extruded bars were examined in as-extruded state and after heat treatment to the T5 temper and T6 temper. The strength properties were tested and microstructure was examined with calculation of the average grain size.

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B. Płonka, M. Rajda, Z. Zamkotowicz, J. Żelechowski, K. Remsak, P. Korczak, W. Szymański and L. Snieżek

The objective of the study was to determine the feasibility of plastic forming by hot rolling of the AA2519 aluminium alloy sheets and cladding these sheets with a layer of the EN AW-1050A alloy. Numerous hot-rolling tests were carried out on the slab ingots to define the parameters of the AA2519 alloy rolling process. It has been established that rolling of the AA2519 alloy should be carried out in the temperature range of 400-440°C. Depending on the required final thickness of the sheet metal, appropriate thickness of the EN AW-1050A alloy sheet, used as a cladding layer, was selected. As a next step, structure and mechanical properties of the resulting AA2519 alloy sheets clad with EN AW-1050A alloy was examined. The thickness of the coating layer was established at 0,3÷0,5mm. Studies covered alloy grain size and the core alloy-cladding material bond strength.