Weldability Studies of Novel Chromium Free Electrodes with Austenitic Grade Stainless Steels

Because of their strong corrosion resistance and good mechanical qualities, stainless steels are commonly used materials. Welding of stainless steel, on the other hand, produces hexavalent chromium vapours, which are hazardous to welders and operators in the welding area. A

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Current Trends in Diffusion Bonding of a Titanium Alloy to a Stainless Steel with an Aluminium Alloy Interlayer

Diffusion bonding, as opposed to edge joining through welding or other metal joining techniques, is the method of joining identical or dissimilar materials at the interface. It's a solid-state welding procedure that involves soaking the surfaces to be joined at

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