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aluminum alloy

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(metallurgy)
An alloy of aluminum and relatively small amounts of other metals, such as copper, magnesium, or manganese.
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During the Period under Review, the sales performance of aluminium alloy form work and further fabricated products for transportation segment remained robust, which, coupled with the growing capacity utilisation of flat rolling and industrial aluminium extrusion, drove the Group's total sales volume to increase by 101.0% year-on-year to 262,025 tonnes.
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Energy and time savings at warming up (Forcellese & Gabrielli, 2000) and higher surface quality and dimension precision of forged pieces after forming in comparison with hot forming are important arguments for investigation of properties of aluminium alloy at warm forming temperatures (Novotny, 2000).