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Chao "Prediction of nugget development during resistance spot welding using coupled thermal-electrical-mechanical model", Science and technology of welding and joining, vol.
Now to laser weld SUS301L stainless steel to get an overlap joint with no welded traces on the outside surface (shown in Figure1 (b)) and higher tensile strength than that of resistance spot welding is a new area of research and will be applied in the railway vehicle manufacturing.
Beginning with an overview of welding metallurgy, the work covers topics such as electro-thermal processes, weld discontinuities, mechanical testing, process monitoring and controls, numerical simulation of resistance spot welding, and statistical design and analysis.
2006) Widening the Welding Lobe of Advanced High Strength Steels in the Resistance Spot Welding Process, Huys Industries Limited, Research project (2006);
For example, Havrilla says that another area where there can be weight, cost and aesthetic advantages, and even improved safety through increased driver visibility, offered by lasers versus traditional resistance spot welding is in the elimination of flanges that are found in various areas on vehicles--such as below the rocker.
This prevents the overload of mechanical presses, allows quality control of riveting, clinching and resistance spot welding processes, and detects tool breakage or collision in a variety of machine tools.
An approach to laser welding, devised as a substitute for resistance spot welding (RSW), has been developed by Avco-Lycoming and The Ohio State University.
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