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03 2 , I. Alternate Immersion 50 OCID • •I 20 500 I 250 a.. 5% NaCI solution. Tensile specimens were strained in ST direction. The arrows indicate the upper and lower scale, respectively . 5% NaCI solution give reliable predictions for AI-Li alloys in natural environments. 5% NaCl solution. 2% proof stress), the short transverse see resistance is very low. With 8090-T651 and 2091-T8X51 plate threshold stresses below 50 MPa are found in alternate immersion tests in ST direction [78, 79]. 7).
Metallic Materials and Metal Matrix Composites 42 10-3'r --------------------------------------------. 1 u C7 ......... ~ 10-5 R=O,7 Z "0 ......... 5 Fatigue crack growth curves of 8090-T651, 2024-T351 and 2024-T851 tested in laboratory air (LT orientation)  Corrosion Behaviour Similarly to other aluminium alloys used in aircraft applications the corrosion behaviour of AI-Li alloys depends upon grain structure, heat treatment and alloy composition. As found in the limited number of outdoor exposure tests, the corrosion performance of Al-Li alloys is equal or better than that of conventional alloys to be replaced.
6 mm thick sheet of lithium-bearing and conventional aluminium alloys [24,40, 57-59] Test direction YS MPa UTS MPa EI. e. perpendicular to the pancake shaped grains of wrought products. With in-plane test directions intergranular delamination and ductile shear fracture are observed, too. 1 Metallic Materials 39 Several mechanisms were taken into considerations to promote grain boundary failure including: (a) planar slip giving rise to stress concentrations at grain boundaries, (b) strain localization in precipitate-free zones, (c) embrittlement caused by precipitation of constituent particles and equilibrium phases such as T2 and 0 at grain boundaries, (d) embrittlement due to segregation of impurity elements like Na, K, Ca, and the alloying element Li to grain boundaries .