The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) has published several technical papers about the underlying materials science governing the properties and use of CuproBraze alloys. The research corroborates and expands upon more than a decade of research, which led to the introduction of this important new technology.
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|SAE Paper Number||Title|
|2007-01-1385||Palmqvist U., Liljedahl M. and Falkenö A.
Copper and its Properties for HVAC Systems
Environmentally Driven Development of New Heat Exchanger Materials
|2003-04-0037||Falkenö A., Tapper L., Ainali M. and Gustafsson B.
The Influence of the Brazing Parameters on the Quality of the Heat-Exchanger Made by the CuproBraze Process
|2001-01-1726||Tapper L. and Ainali M.
Interactions Between the Materials in the Tube-Fin-Joints in Brazed Copper-Brass Heat Exchangers
|2001-01-1718||Ainali M., Korpinen T. and Forsén O.
External Corrosion Resistance of CuproBraze Radiators
Electrochemical Tests with Copper/Brass Radiator Tube Materials in Coolants
|2001-01-1022||Falkenö A. and Ainali M.
OCP-Materials (remark: current Luvata-materials)
|2001-01-1349||Falkenö A. and Ainali M.
CuproBraze Manufacturing – Plant Design – Lock Seam Tubes
|2000-01-3456||Gustafsson B. and Scheel J.
CuproBraze Mobile Heat Exchanger Technology
Advanced Copper/Brass Radiators: New Technology for Cars and Trucks and the Automotive Aftermarket
Take Another Look At Your Heat-Exchanger Test Data – A Method to Read Between Lines in the Test Data Table
|931108||Ainali M., Sundberg R., and Miner D.
Electrocoating of Car Radiators-A Way to Improve Corrosion Resistance
|920180||Ainali M., Beal R., Sundberg R. and Wickman L.
Corrosion of Copper/Brass Radiators – Corrosion Mechanisms – Prevention actions
(Conventional copper alloys)
Accelerated Corrosion Testing of Automotive Radiators of Copper Materials
– A Critical Survey