Laboratorio de Sólidos Amorfos, INTECIN, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de Buenos Aires - Argentina & LMGP (CNRS UMR 5628), Grenoble INP Minatec, France
Co-supervisors : M. Boudard (LMGP), M. Fontana & B. Arcondo (LSA-UBA)
Transient liquid phase bonding technique and its applications in metallurgy
Transient liquid phase bonding (TLPB) provides a method of joining difficult-to-weld materials by standard industrial arc welding processes. In TLPB, a liquid phase - of specific chemical composition - is formed in between the parts to be joined, at a temperature below their melting point. Thanks to the interdiffusion of alloying elements across the solid-liquid interface, solidification of the liquid phase takes place, carrying out the joint. A thorough description of the TLPB process will be given, along with our work in joining steel structural members with a variety of filler materials, from amorphous Fe-based to pure Cu foils. Results from both the microstructural and mechanical properties characterization will be presented, showing their potential as a novel joining technique.
Nicolas Di Luozzo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied at Facultad de Ingenieria - Universidad de Buenos Aires, and got his degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2005. Afterwards, he worked in the private sector as a researcher - steelmaking and oil & gas industry.
In 2009, he started his PhD at Universidad de Buenos Aires. The main topic of his PhD thesis is the research of new technologies for joining metallic parts, and he's carrying out a co-tutelle agreement between Facultad de Ingenieria - Universidad de Buenos Aires and École doctorale Ingénierie, Matériaux, Mécanique, Énergétique, Environnement, Procédés, Production (I-MEP2).
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