Analysis of Rolling Process for Alloy on the Base of Silver BAg7
The variety of industrial use of brazing solders is associated in one way with plastic properties (more plastic materials are producing in the form of wires, sheets, bands, metal leafs, meshes etc, low plastic materials in the form: pig sows, bars, powders) and in another way with the kind of joining and use soldering or brazing method. Hard solders, which include analyzed solder BAg7, have a very wide range of melting points (from 400 to 2000°C) and are applied in those cases when very high values of strength are required for soldered joint. The research was carried out for the silver-based solder designated as Bag7 according to American Standard ANSI/AWSA 5.8-92. This solder has a typical application for the brazing process of food handling equipment requiring low melting values and for brazing aluminium alloys. In the literature, except for chemical composition and temperature of brazing, we cannot find the details concerned with the method of plastic working of BAg7. In the reported research work the metallographic analysis of rolling process was performed and optimal parameters of rolling process for the considered solder were determined.
Andrejus H. Marcinkevičius and Algirdas V.Valiulis
S. Wiewiórowska et al., "Analysis of Rolling Process for Alloy on the Base of Silver BAg7", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 165, pp. 221-225, 2010