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Riveted joints

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  1. Riveted joints

  2. SOLDERING Soldering is a method of joining similar or dissimilar metals by heating them to a suitable temperature and by means of a filler metal, called solder, having liquidus temperuatre not exceeding 450°C and below the solidus of the base material. Though soldering obtains a good joint between the two plates, the strength of the joint is limited by the strength of the filler metal used. Solders are essentially alloys of lead and tin. capacitors, resistors will be soldered on PCB(Printed Circuit Board)

  3. BRAZING Like soldering, brazing is a process of joining metals without melting the base metal. Filler material used for brazing has liquidus temperature above 450°C and below the solidus temperature of the base metal.

  4. Some of the more common types of filler metals used are Aluminum-silicon Copper Copper-silver Copper-zinc (brass) Gold-silver Nickel alloy Silver nickel, iron, copper, silicon, boron, phosphorus, etc.

  5. Comparison between Welding, Soldering and Brazing

  6. Welding, Soldering Brazing

  7. Advantages 1. Welding is more economical and is much faster process as compared to other processes (riveting, bolting, casting etc.) 2. Welding, if properly controlled results permanent joints having strength equal or sometimes more than base metal. 3. Large number of metals and alloys both similar and dissimilar can be joined by welding. 4. General welding equipment is not very costly. 5. Portable welding equipments can be easily made available. 6. Welding permits considerable freedom in design. 7. Welding can join welding jobs through spots, as continuous pressure tight seams, end-to-end and in a number of other configurations. 8. Welding can also be mechanized.

  8. Disadvantages • It results in residual stresses and distortion of the workpieces. • 2. Welded joint needs stress relieving and heat treatment. • 3. Welding gives out harmful radiations (light), fumes and spatter. • 4. Jigs, and fixtures may also be needed to hold and position the parts to be welded • 5. Edges preparation of the welding jobs are required before welding • 6. Skilled welder is required for production of good welding • 7. Heat during welding produces metallurgical changes as the structure of the welded • joint is not same as that of the parent metal.


  10. Sheet Metalworking • (a) Bending and (b) deep drawing

  11. Bending

  12. Sheet Metalworking • (c) Shearing: • (1) punch first contacting sheet and (2) after cutting

  13. Progressive forming