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BFederal Reserve Bank of New York City (designates original spot of circulation of a bill)
BBordetella Bacterium
BSwitzerland Postmark (for letters going to Sardinia)
BUS Domestic Stamp Rate (18 cents, issued 15 May 1981)
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In the paper, the simulation model and initial results of numerical simulation of electromagnetic and temperature fields developed during brazing of components of solar collectors from combined materials using induction heating are presented.
This specimen is an exception from general pattern of fracture of the BJ specimens, formed with application of brazing alloy #1 + 20 % NS12 + 60 % Rene-142.
The alloy used for brazing performs very well all the tasks given for a quality paste.
The isothermal brazing in vacuum was performed at temperature 1225 [degrees]C (15 min), then the samples were annealed in vacuum at 1160 [degrees]C for 2 h, and then subjected to ageing at 1050 [degrees]C (4 or 5 h).
Brazing was done in a nitroneal (burned ammonia) atmosphere (75 to 77 percent nitrogen, the balance hydrogen), which was blended with air and dried in molecular sieves to reduce the dew point.
Its 12 production sites in Europe, South America, and Asia offer a total production capacity of more than 130,000 tonnes of welding and brazing consumables.
And utilize induction brazing instead of torch brazing or utilize pyrometers to avoid overheating.
By increasing silver content in the brazing filler metal (FM) from 23% to 46%, the shear strength increased from 95 up to 120 MPa.
TKC-651 is an active brazing filler metal comprising an alloy of silver (Ag), copper (Cu) and titanium (Ti) that can be used for brazing(*1) to ceramics with a single application of heat.
Morris explains the reasons why brazing is beneficial:
Abstract: Contribution deals with the wettability study of high-temperature Ni-based brazing alloys on RBSiC (reaction bonded silicon carbide) ceramics.
One of the efficient methods of joining austenitic superalloys based on nickel of the Inconel 718 type (IN-718) is high-temperature vacuum brazing using brazing alloys based on nickel or noble metals.