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International Conference on Aerospace Sciences and Aviation Technology
The age hardening behavior of the commercial 2024 aluminum alloy was the interest of the present investigation. The mechanical properties of alloys in the two temper conditions; T6 and T86, were susceptible to the aging processes. Artificial aging at different temperatures appreciably improved both hardness and tensile properties of the present alloy, however, at the ductility. Strain introduced by stretching prior to the precipitation hardening process further increased the hardness anddoi:10.21608/asat.2019.25091 fatcat:fcgodkpogffjnmrwsy4ikad3my