Cu-9.9% Al-5.3% Fe-5.1% Ni-0.9% Mn Alloy

Alloy name: Cu-9.9% Al-5.3% Fe-5.1% Ni-0.9% Mn
Diagram No.: 726
Type of diagram: CCT
Chemical composition in weight %: 9.9% Al, 5.3% Fe, 5.1% Ni, 0.9% Mn, balance is Cu
Alloy group: Copper-based alloys
Note: Microstructure map and CCT curve for a Cu-9.9% Al-5.3% Fe-5.1% Ni-0.9% Mn alloy. Solution treated at 950C for 1 hr. Adapted from Brezina (1982). Microstruciure map (a) and Continuous-Cooling-Transformalion (CCT) Curve (b) for a Nickel-Aluminum Bronze (NAB). (Adapted from Brezina). The CCT curves and the microstructure maps both indicate that this higher aluminum-containing ailoy has a higher hardenability than the alloy shown in Figure. Hence, it would be easier to form martensite in this alloy, as compared with the 8.8% Al alloy.
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