Joining of bulk metallic glass to brass by thick-walled cylinder explosion
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This paper reports the development of a thick-walled cylinder explosion technique to weld a typical Zr-based bulk metallic glass (Vitreloy 1 (Vit 1)) to a commercial Cu-based crystalline alloy (brass). It is shown that a strong metallurgical bonding between the Vit 1 and the brass is achieved, which is due to significant atomic diffusion across the welding interface and shock wave propagation in the weldment. The dissimilar joining of the noncrystalline to crystalline alloy extends the application of bulk metallic glasses as structural and functional materials.
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