Principles of Brazing
Principles of Brazing serves as a problem-solving guide for anyone who works with brazing processes or designs component joints. It covers key brazing parameters such as surface energy and tension, wetting and contact angle, and filler spreading characteristics; design considerations including mechanical integrity and electrical and thermal conductivity; and practical concerns such as workholding, cleaning procedures, and process control. It discusses the metallurgy of brazing alloy systems; the effect of impurities, joining atmospheres, and chemical fluxes; and the role of materials in defining process constraints. It also provides information on diffusion brazing, direct brazing processes for nonmetals, and brazes for jewelry. For information on the print version, ISBN 978-0-87170-812-0, follow this link.
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