A Study of the Soldering of Graphite Materials with the Formation of a Carbide Layer

  • L. T. Anikin
  • G. A. Kravetskii
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)


Aspects of the carbidization that occurs during the soldering of graphite by means of zirconium and molybdenum foil have been studied. Optimum soldering conditions — a temperature of 2200°C and a holding time of not less than 3 min — have been determined. Under these optimum conditions the strength of the soldered joint is not less than that of the base material.


Solder Joint Ultimate Tensile Strength Soldering Temperature Soldering Time Graphite Material 
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© Consultants Bureau, New York 1974

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  • L. T. Anikin
  • G. A. Kravetskii

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