BS 4L 35:1970 - Specification for ingots and castings of 'Y' aluminium alloy (heat treated) (suitable for pistons) (Cu 4, Mg 1.5, Ni 2.1)

BS 4L 35:1970

Specification for ingots and castings of 'Y' aluminium alloy (heat treated) (suitable for pistons) (Cu 4, Mg 1.5, Ni 2.1)

Status : Withdrawn   Published : March 1970

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Standard NumberBS 4L 35:1970
TitleSpecification for ingots and castings of 'Y' aluminium alloy (heat treated) (suitable for pistons) (Cu 4, Mg 1.5, Ni 2.1)
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date26 March 1970
Confirm Date15 September 1985
Withdrawn Date15 October 1994
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Amended ByAMD 3758
Draft Superseded By69/20612 DC
DescriptorsAluminium alloys, Copper-containing alloys, Nickel-containing alloys, Magnesium-containing alloys, Castings, Ingots, Heat treatment, Chemical composition, Mechanical properties of materials, Air transport engineering, Pistons, Semi-finished products
ICS49.025.20
49.050
Title in FrenchLingots et pieces coulees en alliage d'aluminium 'Y' (traite thermiquement) (convenant aux pistons) (Cu 4, Mg 1,5, Ni 2,1). Specification
Title in GermanBarren und Gussstuecke in Y-Aluminiumlegierung (waermebehandelt) (fuer Kolben geeignet) (Cu 4, Mg 1,5, Ni 2,1). Spezifikation
ISBN0 580 05898 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages4
File Size165.8 KB
Price£64.00


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