spot-weld


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spot-weld

A weld between two overlapping members at an isolated spot by means of heat and pressure.
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It shows that the spot-welded joint demands more energy due to large plastic deformation and different element type used.
Lee, "Process optimisation and microstructural evolution of friction stir spot-welded Al6061 joints," Materials Science and Technology, vol.
Testing involves a combination of three methods: 1) The use of calibrated samples, 2) the use of a repeatability analysis on actual spot-welds, and 3) performance evaluation of the fitting algorithms used in the device.
Comparison of the energy absorption capability of crash boxes assembled by spot-weld and continuous joining techniques.-International Journal of Impact Engineering, 2009, vol.36, p.498-511.
Mi-crostructure and mechanical performance of resistance spot-welded cold-rolled high strength austenitic stainless steel.
In this study, static bending tests and tensile tests were carried out by using a strain measurement system with digital images to investigate the fracture behaviors of spot-welded parts.
Radaj, "Stress singularity, notch stress and structural stress at spot-welded joints," EngineeringFracture Mechanics, vol.
Cook, "Effect of pin length and rotation rate on the tensile strength of a friction stir spot-welded al alloy: A contribution to automated production," Materials and Manufacturing Processes, vol.
Although it might seem like a simple substitution, according to William Kroppe, director, product engineering, at Dana's Structural Solutions, transforming a spot-welded steel frame into an aluminum structure held together by MIG and laser welds and self-piercing rivets while precisely maintaining the same dimensions as the original led Dana to a couple of industry firsts.
Kahraman, "The influence of welding parameters on the joint strength of resistance spot-welded titanium sheets," Materials and Design, vol.