An intermediate layer of nickel 10–12 μ thick completely prevents formation of a brittle interlayer in the transition zone of steel+Monel bimetal. However, the use of a nickel interlayer is expedient only in cases where parts manufactured from the bimetal are intended for prolonged operation at high temperatures.
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Ustimenko, V.A., Konnova, I.Y., Chervyakov, V.V. et al. Bonding strength of the bimetal st. 3+Monel. Met Sci Heat Treat 16, 151–153 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00649793
- Bonding Strength
- Transition Zone
- Intermediate Layer