Metal mechanical properties of explosive welding
The bimetallic plate we produce use explosive welding technology. For this technology, we have mature technology and in-depth research. The metal mechanical properties of explosive welding are described below.

aluminum copper clad laminates

The requirements of the explosive welding process on the mechanical properties of metals are reflected in two aspects: First, the explosive welding performance and welding strength between metals under explosive welding conditions. Second, under the huge impact of the explosion, the metal material itself can withstand without damage, that is, the relationship between this property and its mechanical properties.

aluminum based copper clad laminate

In the case of explosive welding, the shaping of the metal will have a great influence on the ease of welding and the strength of the weld. It is known from a large number of practical and experimental data that metals are highly shaped and they are relatively easy to be exploded and welded together. Their combined strength is relatively high, the area of deformation is large, and with a certain degree of melting and diffusion between dissimilar metal atoms, these are the basic factors that promote the strong bond between metals. For example: compared with the titanium clad aluminum plate, the copper clad aluminum plate and the steel clad aluminum plate are easy to weld in the case of proper process, and their relative bonding strength is relatively high. A large number of facts show that the explosion welding and bonding strength between metals are different due to different shaping.