High Temperature Brazing in Controlled Atmospheres provides a discussion regarding the fundamentals, applications, and the potential of the brazing process. Comprised of eight chapters, the book covers several topics concerning the metallurgical process in brazing. Chapter 1 discusses the general bonding techniques, while Chapter 2 talks about the factors that affect the design of components to be joined by brazing and the theoretical aspects of the process that will influence design. Chapter 3 provides advices about the availability and properties of filler metals used in brazing, while Chapter 4 discusses furnaces. Chapter 5 tackles the atmospheric factors to consider in brazing, and Chapter 6 covers the brazing process itself. Chapter 7 talks about the applications of brazing in various settings, and Chapter 8 deals with quality control. The book will be of great use for technicians, designers, and engineering students or any other professionals whose work involves the brazing process.Furnaces. 4.T INTRODUCTION High-temperature controlled atmosphere processes must be designed to operate ... Most controlled-atmosphere furnaces are single zone, with the component parts being fed in on a suitable carrier, taken toanbsp;...
|Title||:||High-Temperature Brazing in Controlled Atmospheres|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|