Monitoring precipitation kinetics in heat treatable aluminium alloys using in-situ resistivity in Gleeble thermomechanical simulator

A conventional way to determine precipitation kinetics in heat treatable aluminium alloys is to monitor the associated solute loss by in-situ resistivity. A Gleeble machine is used to perform so called isothermal quenching (IQ) resistivity measurements. IQ consists in quenching the alloy down to a given temperature and holding it at this temperature. The results are validated against measurements performed with a classical four-points method using continuous current on the same alloy.


Editor(s):
Marthinsen, K
Holmedal, B
Li, Y
Published in:
Aluminium Alloys 2014 - ICAA14, 794-796, 921-925
Presented at:
14th International Conference on Aluminium Alloys (ICAA)
Year:
2014
Publisher:
Stafa-Zurich, Trans Tech Publications Ltd
ISSN:
0255-5476
ISBN:
978-3-03835-120-7
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