ASM handbook: Welding, brazing, and soldering

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ASM International. Handbook Committee, David L. Olson
ASM International, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 1299 pages
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Publisher Provided Annotation A must for welders & joiners; the most comprehensive reference available on major joining technologies & their application to engineered materials. Contains 90% new information in four major sections. Coverage of Joining Processes provides details on process parameters, advantages & limitations, applications, equipment, & health & safety. Fifty separate articles also cover arc, resistance, high-energy beam, & solid-state welding; brazing & soldering. Other sections describe Fundamentals of Joining (basic chemistry, physics, metallurgical concepts); Materials Selection for Joining Assemblies (requirements for representative service conditions, guides to selecting materials for joined assembies, characteristics of engineered materials when welded, brazed or soldered); Consumable Selection, Procedure Development & Practice Considerations (serves as a guide to practices for joining specific materials, & explains the steps involved in right joining process & filler material for a particular application). The work of more than 150 authors & 200 reviewers, this book has been totally rewritten to include practical advice. Cross-referenced to related topics in other ASM Handbooks. Features hundreds of charts & illustrations. To order: Member Services Center, ASM International, Materials Park, OH 44073 (800-336-5152).

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