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TSE - TS ISO 10049 - ALUMINIUM ALLOY CASTINGS-VISUAL METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE POROSITY Organization: TSE
Date: 1998-11-03
Description: This standard specifies a visual method for assessing the porosity of the machined surface of aluminium alloy castings. Bu standard, alüminyum alaşımı dökümlerin makinada işlenmiş yüzeylerindeki gözenekliliğin gözle değerlendirilme metodunu kapsar.
ISO 10049 - ALUMINIUM ALLOY CASTINGS - VISUAL METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE POROSITY - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 1992-01-01
Description: This International Standard specifies a visual method for assessing the porosity1) of the machined surface of aluminium alloy castings. NOTE 1 The method cannot be used for assessing porosity present on radiograms.
ISUZU ISC-F13-001 - CLASSIFICATION OF SEVERITY OF POROSITY IN ALUMINIUM CASTINGS - JAPANESE/ENGLISH VERSION Organization: ISUZU
Date: 1978-06-30
ISUZU ISC-F13-002 - MEASURING METHOD FOR POROSITY LEVEL OF ALUMINUM CASTINGS - JAPANESE/ENGLISH VERSION Organization: ISUZU
Date: 2004-04-15
Description: This standard covers the test method for measuring the level of severity of porosity in aluminum casts excluding high pressure die-casts, which may affect the strength.
SAC - GB/T 11346-89 - STANDARD RADIOGRAPHS FOR INSPECTION GRADING OF GAS POROSITY(ROUND) IN ALUMINUM ALLOY CASTING Organization: SAC
Date: 1989-05-08
ISO 10049 FRENCH - FRENCH LANGUAGE - ALUMINIUM ALLOY CASTINGS - VISUAL METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE POROSITY Organization: ISO
AA 19 - SPECIAL REPORT ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SAND CAST ALUMINUM ALLOY TEST CASTINGS Organization: AA
Description: This report is an attempt to show the relationship of mechanical properties to some of the variations in solidification rate which might be expected in a casting. To do this, a test casting as shown in Figure 1 was designed by the Aluminum Association's Technical Committee on Castings.
AA WATP23 - WELDING ALUMINUM: THEORY AND PRACTICE - FOURTH EDITION Organization: AA
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Chemical Properties Aluminum alloys are highly susceptible to hydrogen porosity during fusion welding.
GME 06111 - ALUMINUM CYLINDER HEADS COMPONENT-RELATED MATERIAL SPECIFICATION - ENGLISH/GERMAN; INCLUDES APPENDIX A THROUGH C Organization: GME
Date: 2009-06-01
Description: This document describes the component-relatedmodifications to thematerial specifications: GMW5M-AL-C-P-Si9Cu3-F GMW5M-AL-C-P-Si10Mg-F GMW5M-AL-C-P-Si6Cu4Mg-F It serves as an acceptance standard for visual tests of porosity and flaws in machined and unmachined cylinder head surfaces.
NPFC - MIL-I-17563 - IMPREGNANTS FOR CAST OR POWDER METAL COMPONENTS Organization: NPFC
Date: 1992-09-18
Description: The impregnating material covered by this specification is intended to seal porosities present in aluminum, copper, irons, (excluding steels) magnesium, and zinc alloy castings or powdered metal components.

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