Aluminium and Its Alloys

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Prepared by: Mustafa Serkan ACARSER 05-06-8091
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Table of Content Introduction History Properties Aluminium Alloys Production Recycle Environmental Conditions Economic Aspect Uses Health and Safety
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Introduction
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Introduction
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History of Aluminium Paul Louis Toussaint Héroult
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Physical Properties of Aluminium Properties Value Atomic Number 13 Relative atomic mass 26.98154 g Atomic Volume 9.996 x 10 6 m 3 .mol -1 Density (25 o C) 2.6989.10 3 g.cm 3 Melting Point 660.3 0 C Boiling Point 2520 0 C Young’s Modulus(refined aluminium) 67 kN.mm -2 Resistivity 2.66 x 10 -8 W.m Specific Heat at Constant Pressure 0.9 kj.kg -1 .K -1 Lattice Constant (25 o C) 0.40496 Nm Thermal Conductivity (25 o 236 W.m -1 .K -1 Linear coefficient of expansion (25 o 23.5 x 10 -6 K
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Chemical Properties of Aluminium
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Aluminium Alloys Aluminium (Al) Iron (Fe) Manganes e Silicon (Si) Magnesiu m Copper (Cu) Zinc (Zn) Al Fe Si Al Mg Al Mn Al Mg Mn Al Mg Si Al Cu Al Cu Mg Al Zn Mg Al Zn Mg Cu
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Uses of Aluminium Alloys Series Additional Content Typecal Applications 1000 Minimum 99% Aluminium (+ Fe & Si) foil, sheet 2000 Copper(Cu) aircraft industry 3000 Manganese(Mn) cans, building radiators 4000 Silicon(Si) heat exchangers & engineering 5000 Magnesium(Mg) cans, automobile,building, transportation 6000
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