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The furnace is then purged with a gaseous atmosphere or evacuated of air and heated to a temperature above the liquidus of the filler metal but less than the melting point of the base metals. The brazements are then cooled or quenched by appropriate methods to minimize distortion and produce the required properties in the filler and base materials. This cycle is designed to produce the required melting and solidification of the filler metal to join the components without melting or impairing the properties or shape of the base metals.
11,12 ... ... ... ... ... 11–14 11 ... ... ... ... ... 11,12 ... ... ... ... ... 15 ... ... ... ... ... ... 6Si; 13, Ti-15Cu-15Ni; 14, Ti49Zr-4Be; 15, Beta titanium; 16, Al-12Si Chapter 3: Elements of the Brazing Process / 39 are the most compatible with the various corrosive hypergolic propellants. The materials 304L and AM350 have been used for most applications (Ref 12, 14, 15). The majority of the various types of fittings, including unions, elbows, tee fittings, reducer fittings, crosses, and valves, have been made of 304L corrosion-resistant steel.
Most induction brazing occurs in air. Inductor design limits the complexity of assemblies, often making furnace brazing a more viable alternative for complex assemblies of several joints at one time. The process requires close, accurate part fit-up. Initial equipment cost can be high. 001 torr) and lower 2 3 4 6A 6B 9A 10A 10C ... ... ... ... –68 (–90) –59 (–74) –29 (–20) –68 (–90) –54 (–65) –40 (–40) –40 (–40) RT RT Maximum dew-point of incoming gas, °C(°F) ... ... 1–10 ... ... 100 2–20 1–30 75 38–40 15–16 14–15 5–1 H2 ...