By Peter Cooksley, Richard Hudson, Glen Phillips, Don Greer
Althought Geoffrey De Havillands DH.2 used to be take pleasure in a few massive good fortune opposed to the Fokker monoplane it was once no longer constructed particularly as a counter weapon to the Eindecker, in reality the 1st DH.2 prototype flew within the early summer season of 1915 simply because the first Fokkers have been attaining front. The DH.2 has a safe a spot within the annals of air warfare...
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107, No. 24, pp. 68–70. 13 This Page is Intentionally Left Blank Chapter 2 Aluminum Manufacturing Technology for Aerospace Structural Materials A typical material distribution for a modern commercial airliner, shown in Fig. 1, illustrates the heavy dominance of aluminum alloys. The attractiveness of aluminum is that it is a relatively low cost, light weight metal that can be heat treated to fairly high strength levels, and it is one of the more easily fabricated of the high performance materials, which usually results in lower costs.
During aging, the alloying elements trapped in solution precipitate to form a uniform distribution of very fine particles. This fine distribution of precipitates strengthens and hardens the alloy by creating obstacles to dislocation movement. Some aluminum alloys will harden after a few days at room temperature – a process called natural aging, while others are artificially aged by heating to an intermediate temperature. Consider the aluminum–copper system shown in Fig. 2. If an alloy of aluminum containing 4% copper is heated to 940 F and held for 1 h, the copper will go into solution in the aluminum.
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