Brazing Metal to Ceramic in an Oxygen-Containing Atmosphere An alternative to the conventional vacuum brazing process was developed for joining metal to ceramic with brazing filler metals for the manufacture of solid oxide fuel cells

@inproceedings{Reichle2010BrazingMT,
  title={Brazing Metal to Ceramic in an Oxygen-Containing Atmosphere An alternative to the conventional vacuum brazing process was developed for joining metal to ceramic with brazing filler metals for the manufacture of solid oxide fuel cells},
  author={Michael S. Reichle and THOMAS KOPPITZ and Uwe Reisgen},
  year={2010}
}
WELDING JOURNAL Because of the different types of chemical bonding, the brazing of metals to ceramic surfaces presents various challenges. The difference in the electron configurations prevents the wetting of a liquid metal on a ceramic surface and, therefore, joining with high bond strength. For this reason, active elements like titanium or zirconium are… CONTINUE READING