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Rapid Trial-Production Technique for Aluminum Alloy Engine Components with Hollow Construction using Block Buildup-Brazing

Article of Honda R&D Technical Review Vol.22 No.2

Summary

A process was developed for manufacturing cylinder heads and other such aluminum alloy engine components with hollow construction by means of block-buildup brazing and a high-speed machining technique. This approach does not use a mold as the conventional sand-mold casting technique does, so it was able to manufacture a high-precision cylinder head for preliminary test purposes in a short period of time, and so allow a rapid determination of specifications.

Reference

(1) Ohashi, O.: Pulse Electric Current Bonding, Congress Proceedings of The Japan Welding Society, Vol. 71, p. 29-32 (2002)
(2) Suzuki, Y.: Seimitsukakusansetugougijyutu wo riyoushita Cyuukuubuhin no Seisakurei, Transactions of The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 15, p. 387 (2007) (in Japanese)
(3) Kotani, K., Ikeuchi, K., Matsuda, F.: Interfacial Phases in Diffusion-Bonded Joints of Commercial Al Alloys, Transactions of The Japan Welding Society, Vol. 14, No. 2, p. 382-388 (1996)

Author (organization or company)

Takeshi WADA(Motorcycle R&D Center)、Tatsuo JIKIMOTO(Motorcycle R&D Center)、Hidenori OKAJIMA(Motorcycle R&D Center)

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