explosion welding


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explosion welding

[ik′splō·zhən ‚weld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A solid-state process wherein bonding is produced by a controlled detonation, resulting in rapid movement together of the members to be joined. Also known as explosive welding.
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The final bimetal was pbtained by explosion welding.
The paper deals with explosion welding of trimetal consisting of steel, copper and aluminium.
The obtained results prooved, that the main cause of continuous highly brittle phase FeAl formation having significant influence on mechanical properties degradation of weld joint fabricated by explosion welding with parameters mentioned and revealed above was the high kinetic energy of used explosive charge.
The reason of high energy input during explosion welding could have been in using explosive charge with higher detonation velocity, thicker explosive charge or higher charge density.
Quality evaluation of Al- steel weld joitnt fabricated by explosion welding.