By Ken Delve
Книга Avro Lancaster Avro Lancaster Книги Вооружение Автор: Ken Delve Год издания: 1999 Формат: pdf Издат.:Crowood Press Страниц: one hundred seventy five Размер: 56.73 ISBN: 1861262221 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Capable of lifting large a lot, but a satisfaction to fly, the Avro Lancaster spearheaded Bomber Command's evening offensive over Germany in the course of WWII. popular aviation historian and author Ken Delve tells the complete tale of this enigmatic aircraft's layout, improvement and operational use from its beginnings within the type of the Avro Manchester via to its retirement and past.
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Too much flux can cause severe splatter during the actual. weld, and in the worse case it can become trapped between layers, which will result in slag inclusions. As the temperature rises, the flux will become thinner and thinner in its consistency. It should look like very hot syrup or honey. As the piece approaches welding heat, the flux will start to bubble. It is nowready to weld. Remove the piece and quickly strike the billet to start the weld. I work in overlapping sections of approximately 4 to 6 inches in length.
Forty to one hundred hours of working time is not out of the question, especially with sword-length pieces. Regardless of the pattern you axe trying to duplicate, the first step is welding a sound billet and making certain that the laminates are running as straight and true as possible down the length of the bar. This means careful forging, taking care that the billets remain as squared as possible during the welding and forging of the individual bars. MATERIALS Some materials are better for these complex patterns, while others, such as pure nickel, are simply too difficult to weld into composites for most smiths until they have some experience in both working this material and making the patterns.