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How does the induction brazing method heat the part being brazed?

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The technique by which induction brazing method heats the part being brazed.

Explanation

Induction heating: The heating technique in which electric current is generated in electrically conducting parts (metallic parts to be joined) with the help of electromagnetic induction. The heat is generated in the parts by the formation of eddy currents. These eddy currents produce electric currents in the parts to be joined resulting in the heating.

Figure: Induction brazing method.

Brazing: Brazing is a joining method which is used to join similar or dissimilar metals with the help of some filler material. The liquidus temperature of this filler material should be more than 427o Celsius but it is limited by solidus temperature of base metal. The features which make the brazing process different from brazing process are as follows

  1. The filler material should be an alloy of copper (Cu) and Zinc (Zn)...

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