By John Dwight
This hugely illustrated booklet is a realistic layout advisor to the structural use of aluminum. The chapters comprise this historical past of aluminum, diversity of functions, alloys and their houses. The booklet additionally offers with structural layout, and is a useful source for designers, with a variety of diagrams, charts and examples.
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Is more likely to be achieved when the T5 condition is specified (air quenched). For hollows, the minimum thickness will probably be some 25% higher than for nonhollows. For the stronger type of 6xxx material, the minimum available thickness tends to be slightly greater. For the weaker (weldable) type of 7xxx Copyright 1999 by Taylor & Francis Group. All Rights Reserved. material, it is significantly greater; while for 2xxx material, and also for the stronger versions of 7xxx and 5xxx material, it is considerably so.
It is available from member associations of the European Aluminium Association (EAA) as follows. Britain Germany Netherlands Scandinavia Other countries Aluminium Federation Ltd (Birmingham) Aluminium Zentrale eV (Dusseldorf) Stichting Aluminium Centrum (Woerden) Skanaluminium (Oslo) EAA (Brussels) Copyright 1999 by Taylor & Francis Group. All Rights Reserved. Erection of 46m span portal-frames for aircraft hangars at Heathrow Airport, London, 1950. Battened channel construction, riveted. D. Engineers of Slough.
Much higher welding speeds are possible than with stick welding of steel. 5 m/s on steel. 3 TIG welding TIG is an alternating current (AC) process. The water-cooled torch has a non-consumable tungsten electrode, and as with MIG it delivers a flow of argon. The filler wire is held in the other hand and fed in separately. TIG requires more skill than MIG, both to control the arc length and to feed in the filler. One disadvantage is that the operator may inadvertently let the torch dwell in one position, causing a local build-up of heat and hence an enlarged HAZ.