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Application of Non-Corrosive Flux Brazing Aluminum Radiator to Agricultural Machinery
Published November 01, 1991 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
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Aluminum radiators using the Nocolok Brazing Process developed by Calsonic Corp. have been mounted on passenger cars since 1985 due to high performance, lightening, and high reliability compared with copper radiators. In this announcement, we will report about the development process of aluminum radiators to achieve weight reduction 30 percent compared with conventional copper radiators and better performance in actual use condition. In application of aluminum radiators by the Nocolok Brazing Process to agricultural machinery, we performed the followings; 1) Evaluation of corrosion resistance (inner, outer) in actual environment. 2) Evaluation of pressure resistance, and vibration resistance in actual working conditions and establishment of optimum mount system. 3) Evaluation of cooling system performance in actual working conditions by using dynamometer.
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CitationOchiai, H. and Hataura, K., "Application of Non-Corrosive Flux Brazing Aluminum Radiator to Agricultural Machinery," SAE Technical Paper 911298, 1991.
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