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prickerbush
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May18-09, 09:51 AM
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i am doing some research for my university involving soldering an Inconel to a ceramic. i am new to soldering in general, and im new to this lab. the inconel is nickle-chromium (dont know the composition) and i think the ceramic is Ti-oxide/Zn-oxide/Zirconium-oxide or something. basically, im having trouble getting them to bond. right now im using a 51.5-48.5 indium-tin solder. and im using a brazing furnace to run tests.

i am just wondering if anyone has any experience in this field and if they could give me a little help for my research like what filler material to use, what flux, heating rates, cleaning of the samples, anything. i cant find too many papers covering this topic.

thank you!
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