Microstructural development of diffusion-brazed austenitic stainless steel to magnesium alloy using a nickel interlayer

@inproceedings{Elthalabawy2010MicrostructuralDO,
  title={Microstructural development of diffusion-brazed austenitic stainless steel to magnesium alloy using a nickel interlayer},
  author={Waled M. Elthalabawy and Tahir Irfan Khan},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract The differences in physical and metallurgical properties of stainless steels and magnesium alloys make them difficult to join using conventional fusion welding processes. Therefore, the diffusion brazing of 316L steel to magnesium alloy (AZ31) was performed using a double stage bonding process. To join these dissimilar alloys, the solid-state diffusion bonding of 316L steel to a Ni interlayer was carried out at 900 °C followed by diffusion brazing to AZ31 at 510 °C. Metallographic and… CONTINUE READING

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