The Paton Welding Journal, 2012, #11, 37-40 pages
BRAZE-WELDING WITH WELD METAL PEENING DURING ITS SOLIDIFICATION
A.S. Pismenny, I.V. Pentegov, V.M. Kislitsyn, E.P. Stemkovsky and D.A. Shejkovsky
E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute, NASU, Kiev, Ukraine
Advantages of the process of braze-welding of zinc-plated steel, including impact peening of metal in the joint zone at metal cooling stage, are considered in comparison with the widely accepted process of brazing by copper-based filler metals with arc heating.
resistance spot welding, braze-welding, peening, explosion compression mechanism, joint strength
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