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Experiments showed that aging for sufficient time at temperatures above about 150°C significantly in creased the resistance to stress-corrosion cracking in the short-transverse direction. Preceding the overaging treatment by a first-step near 120°C minimized the strength loss during aging above 150°C. Although products processed using this overaging treatment developed strengths about 1 5 % lower than 7075-T6 and 2 0 % lower than those of 7079-T6 in thick sections, the aircraft industry welcomed the new temper.
5% Mg with small a m o u n t s of Cr, M n , and Z r w e r e both weldable and resistant to stress-corrosion cracking. They develop strength intermediate to that of 6061-T6 and 2219-T8. These alloys have the ability to age-harden in the heat-affected welded zone up to about 8 0 % of the parent metal by natural aging and can recover 100% of the strength if artificially aged after welding. Consequently, the alloys are used for welded structures. B. 7039 This alloy contains about 4 % Mg and 2 . 8 % Mg plus small a m o u n t s of Cr and M n .
This fine distribution of precipitates, called dispersoids, delays or prevents static recystallization during processing, a n d , because they are strung out in the working direction (a process called mechanical fibering), they aid in retaining the elongated or " p a n c a k e " - s h a p e d grains that develop during working. T h e m e a n free path of the dispersoids is greater in the working direction than in directions perpendicular to it. T h u s , recrystallized grains can grow faster in the working direction.