By American Welding Society. Committee on Brazing and Soldering
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Http://www. net/roberthare/>. SUGGESTED READING LIST Funk, E. , and H. Undin. 1952. Brazing hydrodynamics. Welding Journal 31(6): 310-s–316-s. Marek, Steve. 2004. When brazing beats welding. Fastening and Joining. (12): 86–90. Sapp, Mark. 2005. A history of thermal joining web site. January 27, 2005. weldinghistory. org>. Simonson, R. D. 1969. The history of welding. Morton Grove, Illinois: Monticello Books. 21 AWS BRAZING HANDBOOK CHAPTER 2 BRAZEMENT DESIGN Reviewers R. L. Peaslee Wall Colmonoy Corporation R.
051 mm) additional filler metal; therefore, an insufficient volume of filler metal may be present to fill the joint. Thicker filler metal cannot be used, as the maximum clearance may be exceeded, while the surface finish roughness and waviness voids are still present and require still more filler metal. In some cases, thin filler metal foils can be used to preset the clearances when the majority of the filler metal is applied at the end of the joint. With joints having small clearances, preplacing filler metal in a tube-to-tube joint may be challenging.
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