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|Title:||Electromagnetic impact welding of aluminum to stainless steel sheets|
|Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA|
|Citation:||JOURNAL OF MATERIALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY, 208(1-3), 486-493|
|Abstract:||Welding of aluminum (Al) to stainless steel (SS) is difficult due to the difference in their melting temperatures. The processes, which are available for welding of Al-to-SS, are friction welding, laser welding, electric discharge welding, etc. The present study investigates electromagnetic impact welding of Al-to-SS by using Al as the driver sheet. The effects of process parameters such as energy, standoff distance and coil geometry on the tensile shear strength of the welds are examined. A study has been carried out to characterize the effectiveness of the process of welding 1 mm thick Al sheet to 0.25 mm thick SS sheet. The results of the microstructure and tensile shear strength tests are also reported. (C) 2008|
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