2319 aluminium alloy

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AA 2319 (UNS A92319[1]:448) is an aluminium alloy principally containing copper (5.8–6.8%) as an alloying element.[2] It also contains ≤0.20% silicon, ≤0.30% iron, 0.20–0.40% manganese, ≤0.02% magnesium, ≤0.10% zinc, 0.10–0.20% titanium, 0.05–0.15% vanadium, 0.10–0.25% zirconium, ≤0.0003% beryllium (in arc welding electrodes) and up to 0.15% trace elements.[2][3]:3 The density of 2319 aluminium is 2840 kg/m3.[3] This alloy was first registered in 1958, in the United States.[3]:3

This alloy is typically used as an arc welding electrode or filler material for use with AA 2219 workpieces.[2]

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  1. ^ Society of Automotive Engineers; American Society for Testing and Materials (1999), Metals & Alloys in the Unified Numbering System, Handbook Supplements Series (8th ed.), Warrendale, PA, U.S.A.: Society of Automotive Engineers, ISBN 978-0-7680-0407-6, OCLC 40823370, retrieved July 14, 2010 
  2. ^ a b c ASM International Handbook Committee (2002) [1990], "Properties and Selection: Nonferrous Alloys and Special-Purpose Materials", 2319 (5.3Cu-0.3Mn-0.18Zr-0.15Ti-0.10V), ASM Handbook (Materials Park, OH, U.S.A.: ASM International) 2, ISBN 978-0-87170-378-1, OCLC 468232862, retrieved July 14, 2010, Electrodes and filler wire for welding 2219 
  3. ^ a b c "International Alloy Designations and Chemical Composition Limits for Wrought Aluminum and Wrought Aluminum Alloys" (PDF), Teal Sheets, Registration Record Series (Arlington, VA, U.S.A.: The Aluminum Association), February 2009, retrieved July 14, 2010