Manufacture of Braze and Solder Alloy Powders by Atomization

Fortuna, Dientje
October 2004
Welding Journal;Oct2004, Vol. 83 Issue 10, p40
Trade Publication
Discusses the application of atomization process in the manufacture of braze and solder alloy powders. Definition of atomization process; Screening of powders; Schematic of a typical induction furnace used for gas atomization of nickel-, cobalt- and copper-based alloy powders; Powder sizing; Interpretation of powder mesh analysis; Alloy compositions.


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