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Volume  2012  I   Issue  1


 
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Mr. P. M. Roberts


Publications:

Roberts, P. M.
Interfacial corrosion of joints brazed in stainless steels with low-temperature silver brazing alloys

Welding and Cutting 10 (2011) [4] 228-231
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
The fundamentals of low-temperature silver brazing – Part 1: Principles and defintions

Welding and Cutting 10 (2011) [6] 365-367
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
The fundamentals of low-temperature silver brazing – Part 2: Joint design

Welding and Cutting 11 (2012) [1] 38-41
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Roberts, P. M.
The fundamentals of low-temperature silver brazing – Part 3: Brazing material selection

Welding and Cutting 11 (2012) [2] 100-103
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
The fundamentals of low-temperature silver brazing – Part 4: Heat-patterns, over-heating & flame-heating

Welding and Cutting 11 (2012) [3] 160-162
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
The fundamentals of low-temperature silver brazing – Part 6: Health and safety in brazing

Welding and Cutting 11 (2012) [5] 292-294
Reportage

Roberts, P. M.
?e fundamentals of low-temperature silver brazing – Part 7: Troubleshooting brazing problems

Welding and Cutting 11 (2012) [6] 355-356
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
Process auditing is the first step in brazing operator accreditation

Welding and Cutting 12 (2013) [1] 23-27
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
Brazing parameters – a small change in the components can lead to a major change being necessary in the production process

Welding and Cutting 12 (2013) [2] 82-85
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Roberts, P. M.
The importance of the joint gap when joining by brazing – Part 1: Setting the scene

Welding and Cutting 12 (2013) [3] 148-149
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Roberts, P. M.
The importance of the joint gap when joining by brazing – Part 2: Brazing in conjunction with flux

Welding and Cutting 12 (2013) [4] 246-250
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Roberts, P. M.
The importance of the joint gap when joining by brazing – Part 3: Fluxless brazing processes

Welding and Cutting 12 (2013) [5] 313-315
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
The importance of the joint gap when joining by brazing – Part 4: Filler metal pre-placement – sandwich joints

Welding and Cutting 12 (2013) [6] 376-378
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
The flame-brazing of aluminium is not difficult, but it is different to the brazing of other metals!

Welding and Cutting 13 (2014) [3] 154-157
Reports

Roberts, P. M.
Brazing tungsten carbide – Part 1: Setting the scene

Welding and Cutting 13 (2014) [4] 216-219
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