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Iron Age (November 2). Kingery, W. D. 1956. Role of surface energies and wetting in metal-ceramic sealing. Ceramic Bulletin 35(3): 108–112. 17. The dates of publication given for the codes and other standards listed here were current at the time this chapter was prepared. The reader is advised to consult the latest edition. AWS BRAZING HANDBOOK Leach, R. , and L. Edelson. 1939. t. p. Milner, D. R. 1958. A survey of the scientific principles related to wetting and spreading. British Welding Journal 5: 90–105.
When designing with dissimilar materials, the clearance must be calculated for the brazing temperature to be used. Joint clearance has a significant effect on the mechanical performance of a brazed joint. This applies to all types of loading, including static, fatigue, impact loading, and all joint designs. These effects include the following: 1. The purely mechanical effect of restraint to plastic flow of the filler metal offered by the greater strength of the base metal; 2. Possibility of flux entrapment, when flux is used; 3.
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Brazing handbook by American Welding Society. Committee on Brazing and Soldering