Interfacial reaction between cubic boron nitride and Ti during active brazing
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Thermodynamic and reaction process analyses were performed to understand the joining characteristic during high temperature brazing between cubic boron nitride (CBN) grit and a silver-base filler alloy containing Ti as an active element. Experimental information on the microstructure of the brazed joint, the composition of the interface, and the shape of the compounds formed on the surface of the grit was obtained by scanning electron microscopy, energy-dispersive x-ray, and x-ray diffraction. The results indicate that Ti in the molten filler alloy facilitated good wetting between the solid CBN crystals and braze filler alloy. The transition layer formed by the interaction of TiN and TiB2 was one of the key factors in joining the CBN and steel substrate.
Keywordsactive brazing CBN interfacial reaction reaction process thermodynamic analysis
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