The future of aerospace technology relies on us investing in lighter, more fuel-efficient materials that can operate at hotter temperature with greater corrosion resistance. One such alloy that has the potential to meet these needs is the new aluminum alloy A205. In this work we aim to develop a hard anodising process for the A205 alloy, enabling it to perform in more demanding environments. The hard anodising surface treatment will combine corrosion resistance with wear resistance opening up new avenues of applications for the A205 material.
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