Industrial Brazing Practice

By (author) Roberts, Philip

In the past ten years, brazing technology has undergone sweeping changes. Yet because there are so few practitioners who understand the finer points of the technology, many of the companies that use brazing as their preferred metal-joining procedure are failing to use it to best effect. Fully updated to reflect the latest practices, this second edition of Industrial Brazing Practice helps you develop the most effective brazing procedure for your particular needs. It reveals the six simple rules of brazing and explains how they impact essential brazing procedures. These rules effectively form the bedrock of problem-solving procedures in this field. Written by an expert with more than 50 years of experience, the book combines fundamental principles with practical, hands-on advice. The author highlights the intrinsic versatility of the brazing process and covers a wide range of conditions and technical possibilities. He walks you through the nine stages of the process audit, from identifying service conditions, to selecting materials and design, to assessing process complexity. A chapter answers frequently asked questions such as "is it possible to braze ceramics" and "what is MIG brazing?" New in This Edition Information on new ISO specifications for brazing filler materials New alloy and flux codes New production developments in available fuel-gases for brazing, such as SafeFlame New sections on carbon potential of furnace atmosphere and quality control parameters for vacuum brazing New production methods in aluminum brazing Expanded coverage of interfacial corrosion in stainless steels More case studies This comprehensive book contains the information needed to enable you to develop best-practice solutions to the daily brazing problems you may encounter in the production shop. Packed with flowcharts, illustrations, and case studies, it is an invaluable reference for anyone involved in industrial brazing.

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  • The Fundamentals of Brazing Introduction Where Does Brazing Fit in Joining Technology? Reviewing the Brazing Process Brazing Terminology Designing for Brazing Joint Overlap Length Butt Joints Stress Distribution Tube-to-Tube Sleeve Joints Electrical Conductivity Pressure Tightness Surface Finish Optimum Joint Gaps Brazing Alloy Preplacement Preformed Wire Rings Preplaced Washers and Foils Slugs and Cropped Wire Pieces Brazing Alloy Pastes The Ten Golden Rules for Successful Joint Design Jigs and Fixtures Brazing Filler Materials and Fluxes The First Step The Temperature Ranges Widely Used for Brazing Class Al: Aluminum and Magnesium Brazing Filler Materials Class Ag: Silver Brazing Filler Metals Class CuP: Copper-Phosphorus Brazing Filler Metals Class CU: Copper Brazing Filler Materials Classes Ni: Nickel (and Cobalt) Brazing Filler Metals Unclassified Platinum-Group Metal Filler Alloys Classes PD and AU: The Noble-Metal Filler Alloys Brazing Fluxes Fuel Gases and Burners Flame Brazing Complexity Scale Heating and Flames Gases and Gas Mixtures Burner Design and Operational Parameters Pilotage Burner Efficiency Brazing with Flames Flame Brazing by Hand Automated Flame Brazing Summary Induction and Resistance Brazing Induction Heating Resistance Heating Furnace Brazing Furnace Atmospheres Other Types of Brazing Furnaces Vacuum Brazing Important Operational Procedures Brazing with Filler Material Pastes Aliphatic Compounds Aromatic Compounds Potential Drawbacks Paste Characteristics Using Pastes in Reducing Atmosphere Furnace Brazing Using Pastes in Vacuum Brazing Applications Brazing Aluminum Parent Metal Considerations Properties of Aluminum Joint Design Criteria Brazing Filler Materials Metallurgical Considerations Commonly Used Brazing Processes Recent Developments Brazing Commonly Used Materials Copper and Its Alloys Brazing Steels Tool Steels Stainless Steels Brazing Cast Iron Tungsten Carbide Question Time Is It Possible to Braze Ceramics? Can I Braze to a Plated Surface? Can Brass Be Successfully Brazed without Flux in a Reducing-Atmosphere Furnace? Is It Good Practice to Braze Tungsten Carbide Tips to Circular Saw Blades with a Brazing Alloy Conforming to ISO 17672: 2010 Types Cu 470 to Cu 773? Will There Be Problems with Brazed Joints That Are in Contact with Ammonia in Service? What Is MIG Brazing? What Is the CuproBraze(R) Process? The Methodology of Process Auditing Summary: The Fundamental Principles of the Brazing Process The Practical Application of the Process Audit The Process Efficiency Audit Appendix I: Selection Charts Appendix II: Filler Metal Comparison Tables Index

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書名 Industrial Brazing Practice
著作者等 Roberts, Philip
出版元 Taylor & Francis Inc
刊行年月 2013.04.12
版表示 2 Rev ed
ページ数 460p
ISBN 9781466567757
言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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