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Explosive working of metals

John Sargent Rinehart

Explosive working of metals

by John Sargent Rinehart

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

  • Explosive forming

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementby John S. Rinehart and John Pearson.
    SeriesA Pergamon Press book, Pergamon Press book
    ContributionsPearson, John, 1923-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 351 p.
    Number of Pages351
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13539464M

    It introduces the fundamentals of several techniques of working materials in which the force of explosives is used as a power source. These include explosive forming of metals; explosive welding; explosive powder compaction; and the emerging technique of explosive reaction sintering of : Per-Anders Persson, Roger Holmberg, Jaimin Lee. Explosive Metal Working and Welding. Front Matter. Pages PDF. The international conference upon which this book is based had as its major objectives the acceleration of progress in the field of high-strain rate deformation and fabrication, including applications, by providing a forum for the exchange of state-of-the­ art.

    Scientific and technical problems related to the explosive welding and hardening of metals are presented. Fundamental physical principles, applied researches as well as industrial applications of the processes mentioned are discussed for each item separately. Design and construction of special equipment (explosive chambers) are dealt with as by: 4. Blog. 6 May Create marketing content that resonates with Prezi Video; 5 May Celebrating Prezi’s teacher community for Teacher Appreciation Week.

    Explosive welding is one of the high energy rate joining processes of similar and dissimilar metals. In this process, the force of controlled detonation is used to accelerate one metal plate into. explosive forming[ik′splōsiv ′fȯrmiŋ] (metallurgy) Shaping metal parts in dies by using an explosive charge to generate forming pressure. Explosive Forming a method of forming metals, mainly sheet metals, in which pressure is created by the force of the blast of a high explosive, powder, or gaseous mixture through a transmitting medium.

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Rinehart. Explosive Working of Metals. John Sargent Rinehart front detonation velocity developed diameter diaphragm dynamite effect energy equation explosion products explosive charge explosive forming explosive metal explosive welding firing fluid forming tank fracture free surface high Explosive Working of Metals A Pergamon Press book: Authors.

Figure 2. 1 Differences between Standoff and Contact Operations (Ref 1). Figure depicts the range of explosive forming that can be done, either by contact or standoff operations.

From Ref 1, page 5: “Conceptually, each explosive metal working operation can be placed in a spectrum of operations as a function of strain rate or pressure at the workpiece The scale is divided into.

S.T. Mileiko, in Composite Materials Series, Explosive welding. Explosive welding can be considered as a kind of hot-pressing. The phenomenon, discovered by Lavrentiev at the end of the WW II [], is an efficient way to bond together two similar or dissimilar 70s, the explosive welding was intensively used in attempts to develop an economically effective.

As they state in the preface to Explosive Working of Metals, each author wrote the section of the book with which he was most familiar: Reinhart’s portion is on the “physical basis of explosive metal working” while Pearson covers “engineering fundamentals and practices of explosive metal working.” This book was once at the forefront.

Paper presented at the Southern Metals Conference, American Society for Metals, in Atlanta on Apr. The history and fundamentals of explosive forming of metals are discussed. The various types and forms of explosives available are described. The high explosives are more commonly used for explosive forming of metals than low explosives.

Explosion welding (EXW) is a solid state (solid-phase) process where welding is accomplished by accelerating one of the components at extremely high velocity through the use of chemical process is most commonly utilized to clad carbon steel plate with a thin layer of corrosion resistant material (e.g., stainless steel, nickel alloy, titanium, or zirconium).

An explosive (or explosive material) is a reactive substance that contains a great amount of potential energy that can produce an explosion if released suddenly, usually accompanied by the production of light, heat, sound, and explosive charge is a measured quantity of explosive material, which may either be composed solely of one ingredient or be a mixture.

The Explosive Welding Process Explosively Bonded Metals Applications. Weld Transitions. E xplosively bonded metals can be used as weldable transitions between two dissimilar metals.

For example, an explosively bonded strip of aluminum and stainless steel can be inserted between an aluminum structure and a stainless steel structure. List of Explosive Materials The following list was obtained from the List of Explosive Materials as provided by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

This page was last updated on 4/18/ Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 34 () Elsevier Explosive strengthening of the surface layer in St72P steel rails A. Maranda, J. Nowaczewski and A.

Przetakiewicz Military Technical Academy, Kaliskiego 2, Warsaw, Poland Abstract The strengthening of the surface layer of frog elements in turnouts made from rail pearlite-ferrite Cited by: 1. Explosive Hardening of Metals the change of the mechanical properties of metals caused by a shock wave, which results in deformation.

Explosive hardening of metals has been known as an independent process since the beginning of the ’s. The shock wave arises in the metal as a result of the detonation of a contact explosive charge.

Explosive. In the present article a selection of explosive materials processing techniques are presented which illustrates how explosives can be used as a tool. PA&E’s Bonded Metals Division, formally known as Northwest Technical Industries (NTI), employs an explosive shock hardening metal working technique to generate a work-hardened surface on a fabricated metal part similar to results achieved through peen hardening.

density and the sonic velocity of the two metals. Successful welding of the metal combination depends mainly on the correct choice of the explosive welding parameters; i.e.

the stand-off distance, the weight of the explosive charge relative to the weight of the flyer plate and the detonation velocity of the Size: KB. Is there a fatigue limit in metals. This question is the main focus of this book. Written by a leading researcher in the field, Claude Bathias presents a thorough and authoritative examination of the coupling between plasticity, crack initiation and heat dissipation for lifetimes that exceed the billion cycle, leading us to question the concept of the fatigue limit, both theoretically and.

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Mechanical Working of Metals: Theory and Practice provides a comprehensive examination of the stress–strain relationships involved in the principal methods of shaping materials by mechanical working.

This book discusses the Book Edition: 1.