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  • Back to the future with copper brazing
    alloys don't lose strength after brazing. * Brazing pastes and foils alloy with base metals to form joints. * 650 C brazing in nitrogen forms strong, reliable heat-exchanger cores. , has a CuproBrazing Handbook, video explanation, and supplier listing. "A cooling core of copper-brass could finally
  • Brazing Processes
    not oxidize at the brazing temperature or can be protected from oxidation with a flux. The most commonly used filler metals include aluminum-silicon alloys, silver-base alloys, and copper-zinc alloys. Flux is required with these filler metals unless protective atmosphere is used. Self-fluxing
  • The Friction Welding Advantage
    variety of materials that can't be combined using conventional welding techniques can be bonded using friction welding. Friction welding can join two dissimilar materials in a full-strength weld without sacrificing weld integrity or strength. Alloys, medium-carbon and high-carbon steels can, in many cases

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  • ZCACA2001P303
    Alloy C10200 (OF copper) brazed to alloy C11000 (tough pitch copper); copper alloy filler metal (BCuP-5).
  • ZASMHBA0001438
    Table 2 Filler metals for GTAW of copper and copper alloys Filler metal AWS classification Principle constituents(a) .
  • ZASMHBA0003210
    High-temperature brazing u s i n g a BCu or a high-temperature copper alloy filler metal can be conducted in hydrogen or dissociated a m m o n i a atmospheres.