Usage/Application: For Tata / Ashok Leyland Trucks
Inner Diameter: 42 mm
Design: Standard Size
Surface Finishing: Grinded
Brand: Stocker Concost
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The copper-aluminium alloys, known as aluminium bronzes, form an important group of engineering materials, characterized by their high strength and corrosion resistance. A solid solution containing up to 9.4+wt% Al with a narrow freezing range similar to the brasses forming a peritectic at 1037°C and 8.5wt% Al. Alloys containing less than 8% aluminium are single-phase a alloys. Solidification commences with the formation of a dendrites. The freezing range is short with the as-cast structure being essentially single phase. Segregation is not pronounced.
The alloy containing 10% aluminium solidifies as B depositing a as the line DR is crossed and at 565°C the remaining B decomposes to form lamellar eutectoid a +y2. The reaction is, of course, diffusion controlled, and normal casting rates result in the retention of B. The alloys we consider in continuous casting have lower aluminium contents forming an all-a structure.
The tin bronzes differ considerably from the brasses insofar as relationship between thermal equilibria and actual structure in the cast condition. In true equilibrium an tin alloy would solidify entirely as a solid solution. In practice under normal casting conditions the wide freezing range causes extensive segregation to occur and the last liquid to solidify is so enriched in tin that it freezes by peritectic reaction at 798°C to form B. On cooling further the B transfonns again.
Examining the binary Cu-Sn diagram in equilibrium there would be a series of eutectoid reactions where B would transform to a and y at 586°C (HIJ), then the y would transform to a and 15 at a temperature of 520°C (KLM) and finally the dlly the g the binary Cu-Snediagram in equilibrium there would be a series of eutectoid reactdons where B would >ranseorm to a and y at 586°C (HIJ), then the y would transform to a and 15 at a temperature of 520°C (K The d phase is an intermetallic compound Cu31Sn8 and is hard and brittle. The a+ d eutectoid is present as blue/grey phase evenly distributed in bearing bronze to give excellent wear resistance.