Center for High Energy Forming
Semi-annual technical rept. no. 2, 1 Jan-30 Jun 1973
DENVER RESEARCH INST CO
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losions, strainmechanics, deformation, stress corrosion, cracks, titanium, steel, copper, nickelThe report summarizes work at the Center for High Energy Forming include A metallurgical investigation of explosion welded copper-nickel composites Determination of the optimum parameters for explosion welding A515 steel Analysis and design of an explosion cladding facility Free forming steel domes with Dt ratios of 56 and greater the mechanics of energy transfer from underwater explosions The explosive free-forming of arbitrary shapes from thin metal sheets Stress corrosion cracking behavior of explosively deformed austenitic stainless steel Explosive thermomechanical processing of beta III Titanium alloy Explosive compaction of nickel base superalloy powders Engineering economics of the explosive forming manufacturing facilities.
- Laminates and Composite Materials
- Properties of Metals and Alloys
- Fabrication Metallurgy