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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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The spot-welded columns used for this study were made of mild steel FEE355 with mechanical properties of stress at 0.2% strain [[sigma].sub.0.2] = 380 MPa and ultimate stress [[sigma].sub.u] = = 430 MPa.
For applying boundary conditions on the edges of the spot-welded columns, two rigid plates were used that were placed to the ends of the columns.
In this approach, an approximation [??](x) to the response of the spot-welded columns is assumed a series of the basic functions in a form of
The crashworthiness of the spot-welded columns is expressed in terms of specific energy absorption SEA.
The numbers of spot-weld in foam-filled spotwelded columns are optimized by two methods.
In this paper, crashworthiness of spot-welded columns was studied when no spot-weld failure occurred.
Optimal crashworthiness design of a spot-welded thin-walled hat section.
The influence of spot-welded connections to the parameters of axially crushed columns
The most common way for separating the spot-welded sheet metal parts is drilling out using the special drilling device.
Critical axial and shear forces are the main mechanical characteristics of the spot-welded connections.
The spacing between spot-welded connections is calculated:
Experimental results of axially crushed thin-walled elements with factory and manually spot-welded connections are shown in Fig.