Joining Aluminum to Stainless Steel
In the construction of transport dewars for liquefied gases, numerous joints are required between the aluminum-alloy walls or shells and exterior metallic tubing of stainless steel. Such bi-metallic transition units combine the selected physical properties of both metals if properly utilized.
KeywordsCopper Plate Molten Aluminum Liquid Solder Copper Transition Stainless Tube
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