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Explosive cladding is a solid state process in which controlled explosive detonations force two or more dissimilar metals together at high pressures, resulting in a high-quality metallurgical bond between the colliding surfaces. Due to the high pressure produced during the explosion and collision of the clad (copper) and base plates (aluminium), the two materials are melted and the melted metal spurt goes through the collision zone. This shuts the two plates together in a unique wave-like shape ...

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