News & Latest Developments
Diffusion Bonding of Aluminium to Stainless Steel
Tensile and bending tests carried out on diffusion bonded Al-6061 and SS-316 rods.
Non-Magnetic Titanium - Aluminium Hermetic Bellow
Titanium bellow, made by TIG welding process, has been diffusion bonded to an aluminium tube leading to a fully hermetic seal.
Presentation by Dr Amir Shirzadi
07 – 08 May, 2019 Düsseldorf/Germany
Ultra-high pressure laminated aluminium heat exchangers for jet engines
Fuel Oil Heat Exchangers (FOHE) are critical components of modern jet engines. Their primary function is to cool the hot engine lubrication oil while heating the cold fuel coming from the fuel tank before it enters the combustion chamber. The fuel heating increases the engine efficiency substantially by recuperating the waste heat from the oil into the fuel. The fuel/oil pressures and temperatures required are increasing with the development of more efficient jet engines. "Gallium-Assisted Diffusion Bonding" is used to join stacks of aluminium plates containing fluid flow channels; without the weaknesses and limitations inherent in traditional brazing. The article describes a new technology for manufacturing more efficient and lighter Fuel/Oil Heat Exchangers than conventional shell and tube ones.
Diffusion Bonding of Stainless Steel to Titanium: 313 MPa Tensile Strength
Diffusion Bonded Heat Exchangers Used in Jet Engines & Oil & Gas Reformers
Aluminium / Stainless Steel / Superalloy
Maximum channel pressure ~ 16,000 PSI
(based on 2222 kg tensile strength)
Laminated aluminium heat exchangers,
high temperature Inconel reformer, and stainless steel micro-channel medical device have tensile strengths comparable to those of the corresponding parent alloys.
Inconel micro-channel reformer
Bimetal Flanges & Couplers
Al / Ti Al / Steel
Al / Ti
Bonding Similar & Dissimilar Titanium Alloys
Diffusion Bonding of
Miniature turbine with 0.5 mm tall blades
fabricated by diffusion bonding
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