Vibration assisted welding processes and their influence on quality of welds

Jose, M J and Kumar, S S and Sharma, A (2016) Vibration assisted welding processes and their influence on quality of welds. Science and Technology of Welding and Joining, 21 (4). pp. 243-258. ISSN 1362-1718

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Abstract

Vibration assisted welding (VAW) has emerged as a successful replacement for heat treatments and post-weld vibration treatments of arc welds to reduce residual stresses and distortions and thus to improve its mechanical properties. This review paper tries to create a knowledge platform for such a next generation research by consolidating the findings, merits, demerits and shortfalls identified hitherto in the field of VAW. This paper presents a review on the various techniques and processes of applying vibration to the welding system and their effects on microstructure, mechanical properties and residual stress of welds, and the directions for future research are presented. Vibration of workpiece during welding, oscillation of weld pool, oscillation of molten droplet, oscillation of welding arc and vibration of welding electrode were identified from the literature as the possible ways of imparting vibration. The advancement in the direction of computational work is also observed.

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Sharma, AUNSPECIFIED
Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Vibration assisted welding; mechanical properties; weld quality; weld pool oscillation
Subjects: Others > Metallurgy
Materials Engineering > Materials engineering
Divisions: Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Depositing User: Library Staff
Date Deposited: 20 May 2016 06:48
Last Modified: 20 May 2016 06:48
URI: http://raiith.iith.ac.in/id/eprint/2380
Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1362171815Y.0000000088
OA policy: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/issn/1362-1718/
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