Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed and successfully tested a novel process-called Friction Stir Dovetailing-that joins thick plates of aluminum to steel. The new process will be used to make lighter-weight military vehicles that are more agile and fuel efficient.
Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed and successfully tested a novel process-called Friction Stir Dovetailing-that joins thick plates of aluminum to steel. The new process will be used to make lighter-weight military vehicles that are more agile and fuel efficient. Andrea Starr | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed and successfully tested a novel process-called Friction Stir Dovetailing-that joins thick plates of aluminum to steel. The new process will be used to make lighter-weight military vehicles that are more agile and fuel efficient. Andrea Starr | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory