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Air Condition Aluminum Foil and Finstock

Air Condition Aluminum Foil and Finstock

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1.Specification

APPLICATION:ENGINE COOLING AND CONDITIONING IN CARS AND OTHER VEHICLES

ALLOY:8011/1100/1235

TEMPER:O/H18/H22/H24/H26

THICKNESS&TOLERANCE: 0.007mm-0.2mm(±6%)

WIDTH&TOLERANCE: 200mm-1650mm(±1mm)

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES:TENSILE STRENGTH(U.T.S)≥80Mpa,ELONGATION≥1%

STANDARD:GB/T3198/ASTM-B209/EN546


2.Description

 

Aluminium is theoretically 100% recyclable without any loss of its natural qualities. According to the International Resource Panel's Metal Stocks in Society report, the global per capita stock of aluminium in use in society (i.e. in cars, buildings, electronics etc.) is 80 kg (180 lb). Much of this is in more-developed countries (350–500 kg (770–1,100 lb) per capita) rather than less-developed countries (35 kg (77 lb) per capita). Knowing the per capita stocks and their approximate lifespans is important for planning recycling.


Recovery of the metal via recycling has become an important use of the aluminium industry. Recycling was a low-profile activity until the late 1960s, when the growing use of aluminium beverage cans brought it to the public awareness.


Recycling involves melting the scrap, a process that requires only 5% of the energy used to producealuminium from ore, though a significant part (up to 15% of the input material) is lost as dross (ash-like oxide).An aluminium stack melter produces significantly less dross, with values reported below 1%.The dross can undergo a further process to extract aluminium.


In Europe aluminium experiences high rates of recycling, ranging from 42% of beverage cans, 85% of 

construction materials and 95% of transport vehicles.Recycled aluminium is known as secondary aluminium, but maintains the same physical properties as primary aluminium. Secondary aluminium is produced in a wide range of formats and is employed in 80% of alloy injections. Another important use is for extrusion.


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5.FAQ

1)what is aluminum?


Aluminium (or aluminum; see spelling differences) is a chemical element in the boron group with symbol Al and atomic number 13. It is a silvery white, soft, nonmagnetic, ductile metal. Aluminium is the third most abundant element (after oxygen and silicon), and the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust. It makes up about 8% by weight of the Earth's solid surface. 


Aluminium metal is so chemically reactive that native specimens are rare and limited to extreme reducing environments. Instead, it is found combined in over 270 different minerals.The chief ore of aluminium is bauxite.


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Q:I have a strength of material problem with an aluminum rod that has a steel core that has a force placed on it and I have to find the stress in each materialI am only given diameters and the load forceI am also given the yield stress for the aluminum partI was thinking that if I use that yield stress and find the steels yield stress I can find the ratio for the modulus of elasticities and then from there find actual forceBut I think that is an illegal assumption on my partIs this where the elastic perfectly plastic part comes into play?
I'm assuming the force is axial tension or compression of the rodIf so, the problem boils down to two parallel springsImagine the two pieces are disconnected - you have a hollow aluminum tube, and a steel barCompute the stiffness (the spring constant) of each piece using this formula: k EA / L where k is the spring constant, E is the modulus of elasticity, A is the cross-sectional area, and L is the lengthSo, you should end up with k_alum and k_steel, the spring constants for each pieceNow, when you have a force which compresses each spring by the same amountWhy the same amount? Because in reality, the two springs are fused together (one inside the other)When you have two springs in parallel, you have two load paths; two paths through which load can travelHow much load goes through each path depends upon the relative stiffness of each pathThe relative stiffness is simply the fraction of the total stiffnessSo, add the two spring constants together, and find the fraction of the total spring constant that each individual constant contributesThe fraction of the load that travels through that piece is the fraction of that piece's stiffness compared to the total stiffness of all the springs which are in parallel: f_alum (f_total) (k_alum / k_total) f_steel (f_total) (k_steel / k_total) where k_total is of course k_alum + k_steelNow that you know the force transmitted through each piece, simply divide those forces by their respective cross-sectional areas, and you have the stress in each pieceIf the stress in one pieces exceeds its yield stress, then set the stress in that part equal to its yield stress, and redistribute the amount of force required to generate the difference in stress to the other parts (in proportion to their stiffnesses).
Q:Are you supposed to cover the turkey with aluminum foil?
You can cover it with foil but coat the foil with butter or Pam spray so it doesn't stickThen, take it off the last 15 minutes to crisp up the breast skinI cover the ends of the drumsticks with foil to keep them from drying out.
Q:do i put anything in the muffin paper cups?? do they muffin paper cups go IN the aluminum muffin tray? this is ALL I have to work with and i don't wanna mess the paper cups up (they're the pattern ones) so do i put something in? butter oil? whatever prevents dry sticking!!
This is a Cream Cheese Swirl Brownies recipe from Betty CrockerHope this can be useful to youCream Cheese Swirl Brownies A brownie classic! Who can resist rich cream cheese marbled through rich fudgy brownies? Prep Time:15 min Start to Finish:1 hr 55 min Makes:24 brownies full starfull starfull starfull starhalf star 47 Ratings : 19 Reviews Read Reviews Rate/Review Recipe 1package Betty Crocker? Original Supreme brownie mix (with chocolate syrup pouch) 1/3cup water 1/3cup vegetable oil 2eggs or 3 eggs 1package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened 1/3cup sugar 1/2teaspoon vanilla 1egg 1/2cup semisweet chocolate chips 1.Heat oven to 350?FGrease (or use cooking spray) bottom of 13x9-inch rectangular pan2.Stir Brownie Mix, chocolate syrup, water, oil and 2 eggs for fudgelike brownies (or 3 eggs for cakelike brownies) in medium bowl, using spoon, until well blendedSpread in pan3.Beat cream cheese in medium bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until smoothGradually beat in sugarBeat in vanilla and 1 egg just until blended4.Pour cream cheese mixture over brownie batter in pan; cut through mixture with knife several times for marbled designSprinkle with chocolate chips5.Bake 35 to 40 minutes or until cream cheese mixture begins to brown and toothpick inserted in brownie 2 inches from side of pan comes out clean or almost cleanCool completelyFor 24 brownies, cut into 6 rows by 4 rowsStore tightly covered and, if desired, in refrigeratorHigh Altitude (3500-6500 ft) Follow High Altitude directions on package for cakelike browniesBake 37 to 41 minutes.
Q:Hey guys, theres a really hard question please help! 10 points!Why do specimans have to be coated in metals eg gold, before they can be scanned by an Electron Microscope? Please HELP!! 10 POINTZ
This is taken from the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Dallas instructions for the Scanning Electron Microscope Operation: Sample Preparation (p9 of the pdf file): The sample needs to be electrically connected to the sample holder to prevent the electron beam from “charging” the sample and distorting the imageThis is usually done through conductive tapeWe have double and single sided Copper sticky tape or little Carbon sticky pads If you have a conductive sample this simple attachment will work fine If you have an insulator substrate with a conductive film on the top, the top film must be electrically connected to the Aluminum sample holderThis can be done with the Copper sticky tape looped around the edge to the top surface of your sample If your sample is an insulator, then you will need to coat it with a conductive material – i.eAu/Pd or Carbon So samples that are insulators have to be coated with a conductive material so that the sample is electrically connected to the sample holder to prevent the electron beam from “charging” the sample and distorting the image.
Q:Does the aluminum foil belong to metal material
Yes.
Q:it cannot have glue, tape, or anything elseit has to hold at least 700 pennies thaks for helping
In this I actually assume that you mean aluminum foil, we so rarely see tin foilThe method for any sheet metal is in the foldBoth of these sheet metals will form good strong tight folds, that can be used to construct structural elementsYou can actually build a bridge strong enough for a person to walk on using folded metalsAs to holding 700 pennies, all you need to do is insure that you boat displaces more weight of water than 700 penniesThe do make off the shelf items like this, they are called turkey roaster pans and you can get one at your local supermarket.
Q:I covered a 6-inch styrofoam sphere with FIMO to make a globeThe directions say I can bake the FIMO at 275F for 20 minutes to harden the surface, but the only oven I have is the one I use for foodSo baking FIMO on top of Styrofoam doesn't sound too safeShould I just leave it unhardened?
I remember reading an article about RA Dickey in SI like a month ago and all the hardships he had dealt with in his life to get to where he is today and its great to see a veteran of the sport finally have his 15 minute of fameDickey is turning 38 in OctoberHIs career has finally turned around since joining the Mets like 3 years agoI remember him having a very strong first year, like ERA 2.80 somethingI dont think the walks should be a huge surpriseHe's actually on pace to walk about like 48 batters this season which is just 6 less than he did last seasonHIs striekout totals are phenomenal thoughHe is not typically a strikeout pitcher, but hes going nuts this yearHIs win total to me is probably mroe impressive because the Mets don't have a top-rated offense anymore with all their stars gone with exception of Wrightim happy for Dickey and I'll like for Dickey to keep pushing the record books and continue that consecutive innings streak without allowing an earned run.
Q:I don't understand itAns about gaining and loosing electrons/protons and atomic numbers etc.Thank You!!!!;D jamilla
I'd have them both blowing out and drawing make-up air from passive roof vents.
Q:i'm looking for small wax paper wraps, mainly for serving brownies where can i find them?
Hot air is lighter than cold air, this is why hot air balloons workHot air is lighter because it is less dense than cold airHot air is less dense than cold air because it has expanded from the heat it has more than colder airPutting the soda can with hot expanded air in it, in cold water immediately made the aluminum metal cold because aluminum is a good conductor of heatThe cold aluminum cooled the hot air inside the canAs the air cooled it contracted, exerting less and less pressure inside the can until the outside pressure on the outside was greater than any resistance the can had to maintain its shape, it then collapsedThe only problem with this scenario is that water would have rushed into the can through the hole in the can the teacher used to put into the water can and to pour it outYou failed to mention that the teacher plugged the hole in the can before putting the hot can into the cold waterAm I right? P.SAs the video from the answerer below me, Metalsmore shows, the ice chunks are too large to be sucked up into the can through the hole in the canSo the outside air pressure crushes the canYou mentioned a tank of cold water - no iceIf it was only cold water and no ice, the water would get sucked up into the can and it would not collapse.
Q:I really need your helpToday I made a lasagna, it was prepared already, straight from the package, in soft aluminum form, frozenI put it to for 30 mins microwave (which also has a functionality as an oven, grill - just 4 various functions/buttons)Then come my boyfriend and is shouting at me that i destroyed the microwaveFacts:1The microwave still works, no smell, no burns.2After 30 minutes it stopped, as i programmed it,Did i mess it up? Is it possible that the microwave is broken and we just have to wait few days to see it? I found in the internet that aluminum forms (not aluminum foil) are safe as long as they dont touch the borders of microwave.Please help me, i really need an answer.N.B No idea what was written on the lasagna packageMy bf put it to microwave and told me to set the program so i never had a chance to see the instructions on the package.
You answered the question yourself, 1The microwave still works, no smell, no burnsIf it still works, then you didn't ruin itThere is very little chance that a problem caused by this will be revealed over the next few daysMost commonly, metal in a microwave will either work ok, or the metal will give off sparks, melt, or catch on fireIn these cases, you'll see the effect immediately! Rarely, the microwave generator tube will burn outIf it's going to, it will do so while operating with the metal in the ovenIt's very unlikely to damage it just a little, and have the generator burn out laterJust try not to put metal in the microwave in the future.

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