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braz·ing

(brā'zing),
In dentistry, to solder.

braz·ing

(brāz'ing)
In dentistry, to solder.
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However, it can be concluded that using the suggested arrangement of induction heating with higher frequencies it is possible to attain melting of brazing solder in shorter time without the undesirable overheating of brazed components.
In case of application of the base boron-containing brazing alloy #1 + 60 % Rene-142, results of mechanical tests were satisfactory.
At the silver tests brazed with a silver based alloy, after a visual analysis, there can be seen a good quality join and the brazing alloy fills in very well the place to braze.
The performed brazing provided a quality interaction of weld metal and metal being brazed, owing to which the fracture of BJ was mainly in base metal (along the fusion line).
Moreover, uncertain joint quality, caused by varying gasgenerator performance, dictated 100 percent testing of the reversing-valve assemblies immediately after brazing.
The brazing of two different materials, such as cermet to steel, is apt to present numerous difficulties arising out of differences in their chemical, physical and mechanical properties.
A brazing method called metallization that controls material costs has been used in products requiring joining to ceramics, such as electronics including heat sinks for power semiconductors used in hybrid vehicles and inverters, decorative items and dental materials.
Brazing can get rid of the ditch joint where the body side meets the roof.
Keywords: RBSiC, high temperature Ni-based brazig alloys, high temperature brazing, wetting, EDX
The most widely used materials and the brazing alloys based on the Ni-Cr system which contain as depressants boron and silicon (1) ensuring efficient wetting of the material to be brazed and also complicating the structural state of the brazed joints and the parent metal.
A new alternative to welding a 3-mm overlay of tungsten carbide onto twin-screw elements for abrasion resistance is brazing a 1-mm layer of tungsten-carbide-loaded cloth.
AB-1 induction-heating system provides open-air brazing in a lean manufacturing environment.