Kinetics of Contact Interaction Between Dissimilar Solid Materials by Pressure Welding with Heating

  • V. V. Abramov
  • Yu. P. RakunovEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering book series (LNME)


The purpose of the work is to select materials and develop a technology for welding them with single-crystal sapphire disks at a temperature not exceeding 1200 °C and a compression pressure of not more than 14.7 MPa. The kinetics of dissimilar materials bond strengthening has been analyzed based on the data on the kinetics of micro-asperity plastic deformation forming of physical contact and fractography of welded surfaces of titanium, iron–nickel 50N alloy and synthetic single-crystal sapphire. The specificity of producing a vacuum-tight permanent connection of single-crystal sapphire with titanium and 50N alloy (for devices of electronic equipment) at temperatures not more than 1200 °C and compression pressure up to 14.7 MPa was considered.


Kinetic Plastic deformation A vacuum-tight permanent connection Sapphire Titanium Iron–nickel alloy Pressure welding with heating 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (National Research University)MoscowRussia

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