An Experimental Investigation of Explosive Welding Parameters
For many years, since the first recognition of the commercial value of explosive welding in the late fifties, work has been reported on the mechanism of the bonding process and on the parameters which must be satisfied to produce adequate joints. Perhaps the most comprehensive reviews of the subject are provided by Crossland and Williams  and Crossland [2,3].
KeywordsExplosive Welding Oblique Impact Parent Plate Interfacial Wave Flyer Plate
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