A heavyweight solution for lighter-weight combat vehicles

A process for joining thick plates of aluminium to steel could to lead to lighter-weight military vehicles that are more agile and fuel efficient. The process – dubbed Friction Stir Dovetailing – was developed by researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and is described in Scripta Materialia. According to the US Government Accountability Office, the […] The post Joining technique dovetails steel and aluminium for military vehicles appeared first on The Engineer.

A heavyweight solution for lighter-weight combat vehicles

Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed and successfully tested a novel process - called Friction Stir Dovetailing - that joins thick plates of aluminum to steel. ...

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Joining technique dovetails steel and aluminium for military vehicles

A process for joining thick plates of aluminium to steel could to lead to lighter-weight military vehicles that are more agile and fuel efficient. The process – dubbed Friction Stir Dovetailing ...

Mon 16 Apr 18 from The Engineer

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