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THE HARRIS PRODUCTS GROUP Home Ideas & Expert Advice Tech Tips Tensile Strength of Brazed Joints

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Tensile Strength of Brazed Joints
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Joint strength depends on several factors: clearance between parts, base metal
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composition, service temperature and joint quality (low voids, good penetration).
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Joint design will also affect strength.
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Spec Gas Selector The bulk tensile strength of silver braze alloys is 40,000-70,000 psi. When
Gas Surge Calculator brazing copper-based alloys, failure will occur in the copper or brass. For copper
Literature Request this is usually the annealed strength of the copper alloy. When brazing steel or
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right conditions.

Ideas & Expert Advice Keep in mind that braze joints are primarily lap type joints, so strength is a
combination of tensile and shear. Joint strength is directly influenced by the
above mentioned factors. The only way to accurately determine tensile or other
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values is to test the brazed assembly.
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