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Math. Comput. Appl. 1996, 1(1), 172-180;

Examination of Temperature Distribution as a Result of Hard-Brazing of Two Different Materials by Finite Elements Method

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Celal Bayar University, 45040, Manisa, Turkey
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dokuz Eyliil University, 35400, İzmir, Turkey
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Published: 1 June 1996
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Knowing the temperature effect on machine construction is the first step at material selection and planing machine parts exposed to temperature effect above normal conditions. Since joining processes such as welding and hard-brazing were done at high temperatures, abrupt variations in temperature distributions take place. Because of these temperature variations inner structure and shape changes occur in material. If two different materials are joint, these problem becomes more important due to mismatch of physical properties of materials joint. Because of this reason, temperature distribution must be known at these kind of joinings.

In this study only the temperature distribution calculations around the joining zone were carried out. In the future step the thermal stress and residual stress distributions during and after joining process will be calculated. For this purpose steel-brass material couple were chosen and the materials as thin plates were hard-brazed. The joining parts of this material couple were heated upto hard- brazing temperature and then cooled in air. In this numeric study finite elements method was used and the programming language was chosen Fortran77. In modelling two dimensionel four nodes rectangular elements were selected.
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Şahin, S.; Toparlı, M. Examination of Temperature Distribution as a Result of Hard-Brazing of Two Different Materials by Finite Elements Method. Math. Comput. Appl. 1996, 1, 172-180.

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