A fully quantitative characterization of the heat affected zone in a welded aluminium copper alloy

Richard Martukanitz, P. R. Howell

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Abstract

Transmission electron microscopy has been used to develop a fully quantitative understanding of the distribution of the θ′ phase in the heat affected zone of 2219-T87 alloy. Thin foils were prepared from various locations within the heat affected zone, and the θ′ precipitates were characterized in terms of number density, size, and volume fraction. The variations in these latter parameters, along with distance from the fusion zone, have been correlated with known thermal histories experienced within these regions. It is shown that the microstructures in the heat affected zone are dominated by dissolution of θ′ during the heating portion of the thermal cycle and by anisothermal growth of particle remnants during cooling. Guinier-Preston zones were found to precipitate in the region of the heat affected zone which was immediately adjacent to the fusion zone interface.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAnalysis of In-Service Failures and Advances in Microstructural Characterization
EditorsE. Abramovici, D.O. Northwood, M.T, Shehata, J. Wylie, D.O. Northwood, E. Abramovici, M.T. Shehata, J. Wylie
Pages475-480
Number of pages6
Volume26
StatePublished - 1998
EventProceedings of the Thirty First Annual Technical Meeting of the International Metallographic Society - Ottawa, Ont., Canada
Duration: Jul 26 1998Jul 29 1998

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OtherProceedings of the Thirty First Annual Technical Meeting of the International Metallographic Society
CountryCanada
CityOttawa, Ont.
Period7/26/987/29/98

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Aluminum copper alloys
Heat affected zone
Precipitates
Fusion reactions
Metal foil
Volume fraction
Dissolution
Transmission electron microscopy
Cooling
Heating
Microstructure
Hot Temperature

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Martukanitz, R., & Howell, P. R. (1998). A fully quantitative characterization of the heat affected zone in a welded aluminium copper alloy. In E. Abramovici, D. O. Northwood, M. T. Shehata, J. Wylie, D. O. Northwood, E. Abramovici, M. T. Shehata, ... J. Wylie (Eds.), Analysis of In-Service Failures and Advances in Microstructural Characterization (Vol. 26, pp. 475-480)
Martukanitz, Richard ; Howell, P. R. / A fully quantitative characterization of the heat affected zone in a welded aluminium copper alloy. Analysis of In-Service Failures and Advances in Microstructural Characterization. editor / E. Abramovici ; D.O. Northwood ; M.T, Shehata ; J. Wylie ; D.O. Northwood ; E. Abramovici ; M.T. Shehata ; J. Wylie. Vol. 26 1998. pp. 475-480
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Martukanitz, R & Howell, PR 1998, A fully quantitative characterization of the heat affected zone in a welded aluminium copper alloy. in E Abramovici, DO Northwood, MT Shehata, J Wylie, DO Northwood, E Abramovici, MT Shehata & J Wylie (eds), Analysis of In-Service Failures and Advances in Microstructural Characterization. vol. 26, pp. 475-480, Proceedings of the Thirty First Annual Technical Meeting of the International Metallographic Society, Ottawa, Ont., Canada, 7/26/98.

A fully quantitative characterization of the heat affected zone in a welded aluminium copper alloy. / Martukanitz, Richard; Howell, P. R.

Analysis of In-Service Failures and Advances in Microstructural Characterization. ed. / E. Abramovici; D.O. Northwood; M.T, Shehata; J. Wylie; D.O. Northwood; E. Abramovici; M.T. Shehata; J. Wylie. Vol. 26 1998. p. 475-480.

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Martukanitz R, Howell PR. A fully quantitative characterization of the heat affected zone in a welded aluminium copper alloy. In Abramovici E, Northwood DO, Shehata MT, Wylie J, Northwood DO, Abramovici E, Shehata MT, Wylie J, editors, Analysis of In-Service Failures and Advances in Microstructural Characterization. Vol. 26. 1998. p. 475-480