Handbook of International Alloy Compositions and Designations. Volume III. Aluminum,
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This handbook is the third of a series intended to cover, to the extent possible, the metals and alloys that are available internationally. The overall objective is to provide reference books to identify the chemical composition and standards and specifications which exist for the wide variety of metals and alloys in use throughout the modern world. Aluminum based alloys are listed in this volume as follows 1 An alphanumeric listing of about 9,500 designators. 2 Alloy designations by country of origin, There are 34 countries represented in this group. 3 Alloys listed by the designations of the International Association of Aerospace Equipment Manufacturers AICMAAECMA, the International Standards Organization ISO, and the Unified Numbering System UNS. 4 A listing of about 3,600 alloys designated by trade name. The lists of alloys by country contain only those designated by standards making organizations. The alphanumeric list contains most but not all of the latter, as well as alphanumeric designations used by individual companies. The trade names are not repeated in either the alphanumeric compilation or the lists of alloys by country.
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