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|Title:||Melt conditioned direct chill (MC-DC) casting of AA-6111 aluminium alloy formulated from incinerator bottom ash (IBA)|
|Keywords:||incinerator bottom ash;metal recycling;material recovery;melt conditioning;AA-6111 alloy|
|Citation:||Recycling, 2019, 4(3), 37 (p)|
|Abstract:||© 2019 by the authors. The melt conditioned direct chill (MC-DC) casting process has been used for the production of billets of AA-6111 alloy formulated from recycled aluminium derived from incinerator bottom ash (IBA). The billets were homogenised and then extruded into planks. Optical metallography of the MC-DC billets showed equiaxed refined grains in comparison to DC and grain refined (DC-GR) billets formulated from the same scrap source. Microstructure evaluation for the extruded planks showed a less extensive peripheral coarse grain (PCG) for the MC-DC sample|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers|
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