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 WELDING JOURNAL - September 2006, Volume 85, Number 9
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September 2006


The Benefits of Real-Time Corrosion Monitoring
New Technology allows corrosion evaluation to be an everyday process control


Flux Laminated Alloy Improves Air Atmosphere Brazing
A new flux laminated filler metal strip was developed and tested
Y. S. Shin et al.

Strategies to Prevent Hot Cracks in Brazed Sheet Metal Structures
Filler metals, furnace design, and process parameters were all taken into account in determining ways to prevent cracking
H. Krappitz and N. Janissek

Troubleshooting Controlled-Atmoshphere Brazing Furnaces
A step-by-step approach is given for solving some of the most common problems associated with brazing furnaces
S. Feldbauer

Applying Localized Heat for Brazing and Soldering
Brazing and soldering of materials engineered for specific capabilities and critical applications could benefit from this method of applying localized heat to the joint
A. Duckham

Improving the Soldering of Magnesium Alloys
A fluxless joining process was developed to address the problem of wetting of magnesium alloys
B. Wielage and S. Mücklich

What to Consider when Using Brazing Preforms
Properly placed and designed preforms offer reliability and consistency in the flow of filler metal.
M. Kuta

Better Brazing of Air Conditioners
Proper techniques to attain quality brazements are highlighted
R. M. Henson

New Sandwich Alloy Improves Reliability of Saw Blades
A new alloy was designed to provide the ductility and strength required by brazed saw blades
H. Schmoor and Stroiczek


Comparison of Buckling Distortion Propensity for SAW, GMAW, and FSW (.pdf)
The Propensity for buckling distortion was investigated for three different welding processes from welds made on HSLA-65 plate
S. R. Bhide et al.

Exploring Solid-State Synthesis of Powder Filler Metals for Vacuum Brazing of Titanium Alloys (.pdf)
Time and temperature limits in vacumum brazing titanium were evaluated by examining the microstructure and properties of filler metals.
E. Y. Ivanov et al.

New Developments with C-Mn-Ni High-Strength Steel Weld Metals, Part A - Microstructure (.pdf)
High-resolution techniques were used to examine the microstructures of shielded metal arc welds in the search for a filler metal composition that provides both high strength and good ductility.
E. Keehan et al.


Press Time News


News of the Industry

Stainless Q&A

International Update

New Products

Brazing & Soldering Today


  Brazing Safety & Health


Navy Joining Center

Coming Events

Society News

Tech Topics
     B2.1 Errata

Guide to AWS Services

Welding Workbook


New Literature



Advertiser Index

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