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Inductive soldering is a joining process that has developed into a high-tech soldering process. The potential of this process is far from exhausted. Although many induction brazing systems have been installed in recent years, there are still uncertainties regarding the optimum design of the system technology.
While the energy sources, i.e. the medium and high frequency generators, have developed towards more and more efficient equipment, less attention has been paid to the energy transmitting components, which are supposed to transfer the energy to the soldering component.

These energy-transferring components are called inductors. The correct dimensioning as well as the optimal coupling to the respective workpiece section to be brazed are of decisive importance for the effectiveness of an inductive brazing process.

More than five decades of experience are summarized in a book entitled "Handbook Inductive Brazing", which will be published at the end of 2014. A second edition was published in December 2017 and the English version in 2020. Both books can be purchased for 56 Euro each via the "Shop" button.

The editor-in-chief of the Welding Technology Review, Prof. Chmielewski, wrote to me on 18 May 2020:

Dear Hans-Joachim Peter,

I would like to thank you for sent your book to editor office of "Welding Technology Review". We received this book with real pleasure.
Please accept my congratulations because of impressive high meritoric level of this comprehensive elaborat.
We have put on our website an announcement about your handbook with link to your webside.
Additionally, we will inform our readers about your book in future printed issue of our journal too.
Dear Sir, I wish many readers, your book is worth it.

Sincerely yours,

Prof. Tomasz Chmielewski
Welding Technology Review

ul. Świętokrzyska 14a
00-050 Warszawa

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