Explosive welding i cladding, Mechanical Engineering


In this process, two pieces of metal are impacted together at an extremely high velocity of impact achieved by the detonation of an explosive charge. The result is a solid - state weld completed in microseconds without any noticeable deformation. The process has been used to prepare clad plates involving dissimilar metals and in welding tubes to tube sheets in heat exchangers.


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