By A. K. Vasudevan
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T h e quenching medium may be forced air, cold or boiling water, or some other liquid. The quench sensitivity describes the tolerance of a particular alloy to the slower quenching mediums. During slow cool ing, some of the solute may precipitate out as coarse particles, which reduces the degree of supersaturation and adversely affects the alloy's fracture toughness and ductility. Quench sensitivity is higher in the m o r e concentrated alloys and enhanced in alloys containing incoherent particles whose interfaces serve as nucleation sites for heterogeneous precipitation.
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7075-T76 A n o t h e r problem with the corrosion performance of 7075-T6 surfaced in the early 1960s. Light-gauge plate and extrusions began to suffer exfoliation corrosion. In this form of corrosion, attack proceeds mainly along grain boundaries. T h e corrosion product wedges open the grains causing both esthetic and mechanical degradation. This problem, combined with the stress-corrosion problem in the short-transverse direction of 7075 and 7079 1 HISTORY OF WROUGHT-ALUMINUM-ALLOY DEVELOPMENT 21 products, caused the United States Air Force to bar the use of T 6 t e m p e r s in products of these alloys that were thicker than about 60mm.