Peaslee, R.L.
February 2005
Welding Journal;Feb2005, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p52
Responds to a question on brazing titanium-6-4 to sapphire using a BNi-1 filler metal with a binder in high vacuum. Formation of a nickel-titanium eutectic during the brazing operation when the BNi-1 came into contact with the titanium base metal; Brazing filler metals that contain alloyed titanium; Base metals that have very low coefficients of expansion.


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