Microstructural Characterization of 6061 Aluminum to 304L Stainless Steel Inertia Welds

@inproceedings{Dunn1999MicrostructuralCO,
  title={Microstructural Characterization of 6061 Aluminum to 304L Stainless Steel Inertia Welds},
  author={Kathleen Ann Dunn},
  year={1999}
}
'Microstructural characterization of 6061-T6 aluminum-to-Type 304L stainless steel inertia welds provided a technical basis to conclude that transition joints fabricated from such welds should satisfactorily contain helium/hydrogen gas mixtures. This conclusion is based on the lack of semi-continuous alignments of particles and/or inclusions at, or near, the aluminum-to-stainless steel interface. These dissimilar metal transition joints play a key role in the operation of an accelerator driven… CONTINUE READING

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