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I want to make a part using molten aluminum with a hole through the middle and would like to use a steel rod to do this. Would the bar stick to the aluminum when it cools and not be able to be removed? If so is there so type of coating I can use so it can be removed?
Aluminium and iron are pretty incompatible materials, they don't form an alloy I don't think, so it is unlikely they would stick. Also, both metals will get an oxide layer on the surface which should keep them separate. Try it! If the finished part does stick, try heating the aluminium then dip the steel rod in some ice water.
Yes, aluminum sheets are suitable for manufacturing automotive parts. Aluminum is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and has excellent strength-to-weight ratio, making it an ideal material for automotive components. It offers flexibility in design, allows for fuel efficiency, and helps improve overall vehicle performance.
Hi, I'm new here. Yoroshigu.I'm trying to make flash paper for magic tricks.To do that I have to make flash powder but in my location I can hardly find ingredients. Not to think about buying. Usually, I wait for a season and buy firecrackers. Then, I take the power and soak them into the paper and dry. This works but not so flash. Burned more likely.So, I wonder if I take aluminium oxide from aluminium oxide sandpaper and mix with powder from firecracker would produce a brighter flash than firecracker power alone?anyone know please share.
Aluminum oxide is a ceramic. Ceramics are already, in their lowest energy state and won't give you the effect you're looking for: The sand (that's all aluminum oxide is) that you're adding will make your flash dimmer (and dirtier). You want to get some aluminum metal powder. It is very reactive, and will make your flash appear much brighter. You're on your own as far as the safety of this.
The thickness of 101 aluminum sheets can differ depending on the manufacturer and supplier. Typically, these sheets come in various thicknesses, ranging from 0.016 inches (0.41 mm) to 0.25 inches (6.35 mm). It is crucial to mention that this range does not encompass all possibilities, as there might be alternative thickness options or customizable choices depending on specific needs or preferences.
Could ring-pull can be transformed as aluminum sheet?
Yes, but the ring-pull cans contains fewer aluminum.
Yes, aluminum sheet can be used for aircraft skin panels. In fact, aluminum is the most commonly used material for aircraft skin panels due to its favorable properties. Aluminum is lightweight, strong, and resistant to corrosion, making it an ideal choice for constructing aircraft. Additionally, aluminum is easily formable, allowing it to be shaped into the desired contours and curves required for aircraft design. It also has good heat conductivity, which helps to dissipate heat generated during flight. Overall, aluminum sheet is a reliable and efficient material for aircraft skin panels.
Yes, aluminum sheets are suitable for decorative purposes. They offer a sleek and modern look, are lightweight, durable, and versatile, making them an ideal choice for various decorative applications such as wall panels, signage, ceilings, and furniture. Additionally, aluminum sheets can be easily customized, painted, or engraved to create unique and visually appealing designs.
we have the mass of an aluminum sample =.47g, and the number of atoms in sample =107
Look up the atomic mass of aluminum on your periodic table, multiply by 107, then divide by .47g?