TITLE

Causes and assessment of irregularities of MIG-arc-brazed joints

AUTHOR(S)
Kusch, Mario; Podlesak, Frank
PUB. DATE
June 2012
SOURCE
Welding & Cutting;2012, Issue 4, p250
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Starting from reference specimens joined by means of metal-inert gas (MIG) arc brazing, individual process parameters were altered in isolation from each other and their influence on the seam properties was established. The objective was to assign any occurring irregularities to existing process conditions. Thereafter, it was assessed what influence the seam defects or discontinuities exert on the joint properties. In this respect, particular interest centred on the seam strength and the corrosion resistance.
ACCESSION #
78172546

 

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