A retrogression and reaging (RRA) treatment was performed on 2195 Al-Li Alloy. The exposure times were from 5 to 60 min, and the temperatures were from 200 to 250 A degrees C. Samples that were exposed to a salt spray test had overall similar mechanical properties as compared to those that were not exposed. The percent elongation, however, was significantly deteriorated due to the salt spray exposure. The mechanical properties of the 2195 samples were compared to those of 2099 samples exposed to similar treatments in an earlier study.
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Ward, N.; Tran, A.; Abad, A.; Lee, E. W.; Hahn, M.; Fordan, E.; and Es-Said, Omar S., "The Effects of Retrogression and Reaging on Aluminum Alloy 2195" (2011). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Works. Paper 12.
Ward, N., Tran, A., Abad, A., Lee, E.W., Hahn, M., Fordan, E., and Es-Said, O.S, 2011, "The Effects of Retrogression and Reaging on Aluminum Alloy 2195," Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 20(6), pp. 1003-1014.