Combined in-situ dilatometer and contact angle studies of interfacial reaction kinetics in brazing.

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Multi-component dissimilar material braze joints as shown in Figure 1 consisting of dissimilar base materials, filler materials and wetting agents are of tantamount importance in a wide variely of applications. This work combines dilatometry and contact angle measurements to characterize in-situ the multiple interfacial reaction pathways that occur in such systems. Whereas both of these methods are commonly used tools in metallurgical investigation, their combined use within the context of brazing studies is new and offers considerable additional insight. Applications are discussed to joints made between Beryllium and Monel with TiH{sub 2} as the wetting agent and Cu-28%Ag as the ... continued below

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Dave, V. R. (Vivek R.); Javernick, D. A. (Daniel A.); Thoma, D. J. (Dan J.); Cola, M. J. (Mark J.); Hollis, K. J. (Kendall J.); Smith, F. M. (Frank M.) et al. January 1, 2001.

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Multi-component dissimilar material braze joints as shown in Figure 1 consisting of dissimilar base materials, filler materials and wetting agents are of tantamount importance in a wide variely of applications. This work combines dilatometry and contact angle measurements to characterize in-situ the multiple interfacial reaction pathways that occur in such systems. Whereas both of these methods are commonly used tools in metallurgical investigation, their combined use within the context of brazing studies is new and offers considerable additional insight. Applications are discussed to joints made between Beryllium and Monel with TiH{sub 2} as the wetting agent and Cu-28%Ag as the filler material.

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  • Submitted to: 83rd Annual American Welding Society Meeting and Convention, Chicago, IL, March 3-7, 2002.

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Dave, V. R. (Vivek R.); Javernick, D. A. (Daniel A.); Thoma, D. J. (Dan J.); Cola, M. J. (Mark J.); Hollis, K. J. (Kendall J.); Smith, F. M. (Frank M.) et al. Combined in-situ dilatometer and contact angle studies of interfacial reaction kinetics in brazing., article, January 1, 2001; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc931745/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.