Check out our app in the Play Store
Shared by blueprint09 in , and

Nanotechnology enables engineers to weld previously un-weldable aluminum alloy

Two pieces of aluminum alloy 7075 welded together using a nanoparticle-enhanced filler wire. Credit: Oszie Tarula/UCLA An aluminum alloy developed in the 1940s has long held promise for use in automobile manufacturing, except for one key obstacle. Although it's nearly as strong as steel and just one ...

View on phys.org

0 Upvotes

Comments




Write your reply

This site is using cookies to give you the best experience we can. Got it!