Welding with Multiple Shunt Welds

Jacek Senkara , Jerzy Jakubowski , William Trojanowski , Hongyan Zhang

Abstract

In practice, there is often more than one shunt weld existing around the weld to be made. Therefore, it is necessary to consider welding with multiple shunt welds. In this article, an equivalent welding spacing is derived when there is more than one shunt weld. This equivalent weld spacing is then compared with the critical weld spacing obtained in a previous study, and the boundary outlining the locations of a shunted weld to avoid significant shunting can be drawn. Experiments were conducted to verify the models of shunting with multiple shunt welds.
Author Jacek Senkara ITW
Jacek Senkara,,
- The Institute of Manufacturing Processes
, Jerzy Jakubowski ITW
Jerzy Jakubowski,,
- The Institute of Manufacturing Processes
, William Trojanowski - Fiat Chrysler Automotive, Michigan, USA
William Trojanowski,,
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, Hongyan Zhang - The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, USA
Hongyan Zhang,,
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Pages1-11
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Senkara Jacek, Jakubowski Jerzy, Trojanowski William, Zhang Hongyan (eds.): XVII AWS Sheet Metal Welding Conference, Laurel Manor, Livonia (MI), USA; 19-20.10.2016, 2016
Languageen angielski
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