Aluminum bronze materials are mainly used for: acid solution tanks, nuts, gears, sliding parts of rolling mills in rolling mills, and ship equipment parts. It is widely used in fields such as generator sets, shipbuilding, seawater desalination, and petrochemical equipment.
Aluminum bronze has excellent corrosion resistance, so it can be used to make corrosion-resistant parts such as propellers and valves. Moreover, aluminum bronze does not produce sparks under impact and can be used to make non-sparking tool materials. Aluminum bronze has high strength, good anti-friction, and good corrosion resistance, can be hot-processed, welded, and can be used for high-strength, wear-resistant parts, such as bearings, bushings, gears, turbines, etc. Work and other advantages have become a new type of mold material.
The influence of chemical composition on the structure and properties of aluminum bronze has always been one of the hotspots of concern:
It is generally believed that adding an appropriate amount of alloying elements can improve the mechanical properties of the alloy, such as adding an appropriate amount of iron to form aluminum-iron bronze, adding manganese to form aluminum-manganese bronze, and adding nickel to form aluminum-nickel bronze.
Secondly, there is no clear definition of the requirements for the content of impurity elements. It is the change of chemical composition that makes the types and applications of aluminum bronze vary.
Researchers should continue to study the influence and mechanism of chemical composition to further expand the scope of application of aluminum bronze.
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