5083 aluminum vs 6061

5083 Aluminum Alloy – Supplied in sheet marine grade tempers H116, एच321, H323; to spec ASTM B928. Tempers.O, एच112, H32; to spec ASTM B209, and extrusion shapes in various tempers and specifications. This is an excellent marine environment corrosion resistant aluminum alloy, It is primarily an alloy used for its corrosion resistant properties as it is especially good on inter granular corrosion resistance. Also, the tensile and yield strength is higher than 5086 मिश्र धातु, so often these properties too are used by designers for their aluminum vessels. This alloy also has good welding capabilities for fabricating vessels. 5083 is also in inventory as H32 temper which is a good standard engineering alloy, but it does not have the corrosion resistance of the other special marine tempers.

5083 aluminum sheet application: Due to its strength and temperature characteristics, 5083 aluminum plate is used in: pressure vessels truck, marine, underwater vehicles cryogenic equipment””

मिश्र धातु 5083 aluminum sheet have higher strength than 5052 प्लेट और असाधारण तापीय चालकता है. संयमित स्थिति में, यह उत्कृष्ट लचीलापन के कारण अच्छी फॉर्मैबिलिटी बरकरार रखता है. यह वेल्डिंग के लिए अत्यधिक उपयुक्त है और ठंडे काम से कठोर किया जा सकता है. क्योंकि मिश्र धातु 5083 सामान्य जंग के लिए उत्कृष्ट प्रतिरोध प्रदर्शित करता है, इसका उपयोग समुद्री अनुप्रयोगों में किया जाता है. मिश्र धातु के बाद से 5083 भंगुरता या गुणों के नुकसान के बिना बेहद कम तापमान का सामना करने में सक्षम है, यह क्रायोजेनिक बाजार के लिए विशेष रूप से अनुकूल है.

The results of a comparative study on microstructural evolution and damage in 6061-T6 and 5083-H131 aluminum alloys tested at high strain rates are discussed. Cylindrical samples of these alloys were tested in compression using instrumented direct impact Hopkinson Bar. Retention of heat and intense thermal softening along narrow bands during impact resulted in inhomogeneous deformation caused by shear strain localization along these bands. Deformed bands consisting of highly distorted and elongated grains were observed in the Aluminum 5083-H131 alloy after high velocity impact. On the other hand, adiabatic shear bands that look similar to the white etching bands commonly found in hardened steels were observed in the Aluminum 6061-T6 alloy. Whereas grain coarsening occurred inside the adiabatic shear bands in the Aluminum 5083-H131 alloy, the adiabatic shear bands in Aluminum 6061-T6 alloy were observed to contain much finer grains than the bulk material.