Joining, Electron Beam, Laser Beam, and Brazing

National Laboratory: 
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Characterization Class: 
Microscopy
Processing/Manufacturing Class: 
Joining
Description: 

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provides varied capabilities related to materials joining, including microstructural evolution during thermal processing of metals and alloys, kinetics of non-isothermal phase transformations, electron- and laser-beam joining, and rapid solidification processing.

Capability Bounds: 

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Unique Aspects: 

LLNL offers development and application of synchrotron-based, in situ, spatially resolved X-ray diffraction techniques to welding and phase transformation research.

Availability: 

LLNL’s Joining, electron beam, laser beam, and brazing capabilities are now available.

Single Point of Contact: 

Name: John Elmer
Email: elmer1@llnl.gov
Phone: 925-648-3428

References: 
  1. Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow during Electron Beam Welding of 304L Stainless Steel Alloy," WELDING JOURNAL Volume: 88 Issue: 3 Pages: 54S-61S 2009
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