Development of Galvanized Aluminum Alloy Sheet for Body Panels with an Excellent Filiform Corrosion Resistance 930703
Filiform corrosion phenomenon and its prevention method for 5000 series aluminum alloy sheet have been investigated.
The painted aluminum alloy sheets were subject significantly to filiform corrosion caused by formation of a mottled and coarse zinc phosphate film during chemical conversion process. On the other hand, galvanized aluminum alloy sheet showed an uniform and fine phosphate film in a brief time and the filiform corrosion resistance was improved markedly.
The test results of press-forming and corrosion for the prototype engine hoods made of this newly developed galvanized sheets have revealed a good formability and an excellent filiform corrosion resistance.
Citation: Kaneko, K., Mochizuki, A., Nakajima, H., Ikeda, K. et al., "Development of Galvanized Aluminum Alloy Sheet for Body Panels with an Excellent Filiform Corrosion Resistance," SAE Technical Paper 930703, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/930703. Download Citation