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Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys

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Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys. / das Neves, Erick Cerqueira; do Nascimento, Ezer Guimarães; Sacilotto, Daiana Guerra et al.

In: Materials Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 291, 126664, 11.2022.

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das Neves, EC, do Nascimento, EG, Sacilotto, DG, Ferreira, JZ, Braz Medeiros, JL, Biehl, LV, Braga Lemos, GV, Damas Martins, CO & de Jesus Pacheco, DA 2022, 'Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys', Materials Chemistry and Physics, vol. 291, 126664. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matchemphys.2022.126664

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das Neves, E. C., do Nascimento, E. G., Sacilotto, D. G., Ferreira, J. Z., Braz Medeiros, J. L., Biehl, L. V., Braga Lemos, G. V., Damas Martins, C. O., & de Jesus Pacheco, D. A. (2022). Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys. Materials Chemistry and Physics, 291, [126664]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matchemphys.2022.126664

CBE

das Neves EC, do Nascimento EG, Sacilotto DG, Ferreira JZ, Braz Medeiros JL, Biehl LV, Braga Lemos GV, Damas Martins CO, de Jesus Pacheco DA. 2022. Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys. Materials Chemistry and Physics. 291:Article 126664. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matchemphys.2022.126664

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das Neves EC, do Nascimento EG, Sacilotto DG, Ferreira JZ, Braz Medeiros JL, Biehl LV et al. Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys. Materials Chemistry and Physics. 2022 Nov;291:126664. doi: 10.1016/j.matchemphys.2022.126664

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das Neves, Erick Cerqueira ; do Nascimento, Ezer Guimarães ; Sacilotto, Daiana Guerra et al. / Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys. In: Materials Chemistry and Physics. 2022 ; Vol. 291.

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title = "Nondestructive analysis of corrosion in ageing hardened AA6351 aluminium alloys",
abstract = "Aluminum alloys have been chosen over other lightweight structural materials because of their advantages regarding strength, long-term durability, and low cost. Aluminum comes under the category of highly reactive metals, where an inherently stable oxide layer can protect against aggressive corrosive conditions. Therefore, this research investigated the application of the ultrasonic nondestructive technique for inspection and monitoring of corrosion behavior of AA6351 heat-treated aluminum alloys. The samples were artificial age hardened at five different conditions. The complementary engineering experiments for materials evaluation included hardness, X-ray diffraction and salt spray tests. Overall findings showed correlations between ultrasonic and destructive data representing a fast, versatile and reliable inspection technique. Furthermore, findings show a significant correlation (>99%), thus supporting the benefits of the multiparametric ultrasonic test for heat treatment inspection and quality control of lightweight structural materials.",
keywords = "AA6351, Aluminum alloys, Artificial ageing, Corrosion, Corrosion behavior, Lightweight materials, Manufacturing process, Materials characterization, Nondestructive tests, Ultrasonic inspection",
author = "{das Neves}, {Erick Cerqueira} and {do Nascimento}, {Ezer Guimar{\~a}es} and Sacilotto, {Daiana Guerra} and Ferreira, {Jane Zoppas} and {Braz Medeiros}, {Jorge Luis} and Biehl, {Luciano Volcanoglo} and {Braga Lemos}, {Guilherme Vieira} and {Damas Martins}, {Carlos Ot{\'a}vio} and {de Jesus Pacheco}, {Diego Augusto}",
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month = nov,
doi = "10.1016/j.matchemphys.2022.126664",
language = "English",
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journal = "Materials Chemistry and Physics",
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AU - Sacilotto, Daiana Guerra

AU - Ferreira, Jane Zoppas

AU - Braz Medeiros, Jorge Luis

AU - Biehl, Luciano Volcanoglo

AU - Braga Lemos, Guilherme Vieira

AU - Damas Martins, Carlos Otávio

AU - de Jesus Pacheco, Diego Augusto

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KW - Artificial ageing

KW - Corrosion

KW - Corrosion behavior

KW - Lightweight materials

KW - Manufacturing process

KW - Materials characterization

KW - Nondestructive tests

KW - Ultrasonic inspection

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