A Review on Erosion of Aluminium Alloy for Various Application
Keywords:Alloys, Corrosion Resistance, Structural Aluminium Alloys, Aircraft, Solid Particle Erosion (SPE).
This Aluminium is a valuable metal because of its goodcorrosion resistance, reflectivity,recycling properties,electrical and thermal conductivity. Materials having high strength-to-weight ratios, as well as qualities like good corrosion resistance, low weight, creep resistance, and high thermal strength, are required in aerospace applications. Cost parameters must also be considered without sacrificing quality. Al, Ti, Mg, Ni, and their alloys are often utilised in aircraft industries for most of their sub components, depending on the qualities required. Following that, several research initiatives were undertaken with the goal of gaining a better knowledge of their structural performance and developing accurate and trustworthy design. Erosion is the loss of material caused by the repetitive impact of small solid, liquid, or a mixture of solid and liquid particles on a surface. Weather-related erosion, as well as other present particles such as rain, hail, and ice, sand, volcanic ash, and dust arising from residues in the atmosphere, are all harmful to the structure of a aircraft and can reduce its lifecycle. The focus of this paper is to review of research on impact of erosion on aluminium alloys by analysing previously published work and which are used in various applications.
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