impulse welding

impulse welding

[′im‚pəls ′weld·iŋ]
(engineering)
A welding process in which two layers of thermoplastic film are heated and fused to form a welded seam by clamping them together in close contact with a shielded electric heating element.
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The impulse welding system and the dimensions of the samples used in this study for welding the PLA films are detailed in Fig.
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In impulse welding, one or more electrically heated bars/elements are pressed against the surfaces of the films to be welded until the films melt and bond at the faying surfaces.
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For example, in the case of impulse welding, local collapse or sample displacement occurs, however with laser microwelding, this deformation is restricted by joint geometry and is controlled by local thermal expansion (15).
In this article, Part 1, coupled squeeze flow and healing models are developed and verified with experimental work based on standard industrial welding techniques, such as impulse welding using thermal histories that were experimentally measured.
Useful results for temperature development were obtained in cases of high absorption constants by setting up an analytical model by analogy to single-sided heat impulse welding. Yet there is no physico-mathematical model considering the different energy conditions for joining parts with various absorption properties.