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Larry Jeffus
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Referring to Table 30-1, what dissimilar metals can be joined to the metals listed below with inertia welding:
a. to 1100 or 6061 aluminum?
b. to pure titanium?

To determine

(a)

The dissimilar metal that can be joined to the metal 1100 or 6061 aluminum with inertia welding referring to table 301.

Explanation

Refer to table 301, in inertia welding the dissimilar metal that is joint to metal " 1100 or 6061 aluminum" is "copper".

The inertia welding is used to join similar and dissimilar metals. Inertia welding is a type of friction state welding. The parts that are used in inertia welding process are:

  • Rotating spindle
To determine

(b)

The dissimilar metal that can be joined to the metal pure titanium with inertia welding referring to table 301.

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