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braz·ing

(brā'zing),
In dentistry, to solder.

braz·ing

(brāz'ing)
In dentistry, to solder.
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Study of the global Furnace Brazing market also includes analysis of participants operating in the value chain.
Various Al-based alloy systems have been tested for brazing titanium/titanium and titanium/aluminum parent components.
To reduce the experimental scope, the corrosion tests were conducted for one arrangement of the samples in positive and negative structure locations with the brazing seam on the top and bottom side, respectively.
In many applications of brazing, induction heating is a faster and more efficient technique than traditional vacuum furnace heating.
There are two methods used for joining ceramics to each other and ceramics to metals - metallization forming a thin layer with good wettability to the ceramic surface, and active brazing where metal to activate wettability is added to the brazing filler metal.
They can be used for remote welding, brazing, and for cutting metals where quality and continuous beam power are required.
Induction heating is the preferred method for brazing the mining tools, and is done in ambient air.
3 high-temperature Ni-based brazing alloys in paste form were selected for experiments.
Solubility decreases with a reduction of temperature, but the brazed joints (central area is), produced using the BNi-2 (Ni--7Cr--4.5Si--3.1B--3Fe) brazing alloy containing large amounts of silicon which can form nickel silicides (4).
With the development of this new brazing process for copper and brass, christened CuproBraze, the pendulum is now swinging from aluminum to copper-brass for many applications.
Most of my metalwork involves repairs, but welding and brazing also offer endless possibilities for artistic and decorative projects.