Joining Applications

Authored by: Valery Rudnev , Don Loveless , Raymond L. Cook

Handbook of Induction Heating

Print publication date:  July  2017
Online publication date:  July  2017

Print ISBN: 9781466553958
eBook ISBN: 9781315117485
Adobe ISBN:

10.1201/9781315117485-5

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Abstract

There are a number of ways to join parts together. Some of the conventional methods include brazing, soldering, welding (TIG, spot, rolling resistance), gluing, screwing, bolting, riveting, and others. Screws, bolts, and threaded items provide a mechanical bond and are utilized when an assembly must be capable of being relatively easy to take apart. Components that do not require disassembly are welded, brazed, or soldered as these processes create permanent joints [360].

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