By J. H. Westbrook, R. L. Fleischer
This quantity is considered one of 4, every one of which is composed of reprinted chapters from the hugely acclaimed, accomplished two-volume set Intermetallic Compounds: ideas and perform. released in 1995. from time to time the writer or authors have extra a quick addendum to convey their bankruptcy brand new and in different situations more moderen references were additional. Chapters were chosen and grouped in topic components to supply extra simply obtainable and undemanding volumes for person researchers. the opposite titles during this four-volume set are: Crystal constructions of Intermetallic Compounds easy Mechanical houses and Lattice Defects of Intermetallic Compounds Structural functions of Intermetallic Compounds
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BrazeTec GmbH, Hanau, Germany. ) 12 Industrial Brazing Practice being present in the joint to ensure effective removal of the flow-inhibiting layer of oxide on the mating surfaces of the joint. In cases where mechanized systems are employed to make joints, it is frequently the case that the filler material is either fed to, or pre-located at the mouth of the joint. In these circumstances, it is clear that when proper attention is paid to developing an appropriate thermal gradient across the joint, any molten brazing material that is external to a joint, but in contact with the mouth of a narrow capillary gap, will be drawn into that gap.
The need to improve the gap-filling performance Thus, the wheel turns full circle. Significant flow is not necessarily a prerequisite for success when the only objective is the production of a properly brazed joint. Unless there are some other criteria that can be used, this matter will tend 10 Industrial Brazing Practice to result in the vast majority of engineers failing to understand the technical importance of this matter and how it might impact on the joints that they are trying to make by brazing.
A flame) is applied to an assembly, its surface will heat more rapidly than its interior. The rate of heating of the interior of the joint depends on a variety of factors, the most important of which are the mass of the components, the intensity of the heat source being used, and the thermal conductivity of the materials that compose the joint. In other words, the rate of temperature increase in an assembly is directly related to the rate of heat transfer to the parts from that heating source.