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Journal of KWJS 2012 December;30(6) :554-559.
Published online December 23, 2014.
doi:https://doi.org/10.5781/KWJS.2012.30.6.554
Lobe Curve Characteristic Analysis of Resistance Spot Welding for Sheet Combination of 780MPa Steel Sheet Using Simulation
Correspondence:   Published online December 23, 2014
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, car manufacturers tried to improve automotive fuel efficiency, and applied many high strength steels such as AHSS or UHSS to car bodies. Therefore, the number of steel combinations for the resistance spot welding are dramatically increased and the need for weldability evaluation of these combinations are also required. In this study, we suggest the lobe curve using FEM simulations for DP780 steel with 1.0t, 1.4t. The lobe curves which could expressed weldablity and optimal welding condition were obtained according to 6 steel combinations. There were two combinations for same steel sheet which were DP780 1.0t, DP780 1.4t. Dissimilar steel sheet combination with different thickness was 1.0t and 1.4t of DP780. Different steel combinations were DP780 1.0t and SPRC440 1.0t, and DP780 1.0t and DP590 1.0t. Finally dissimilar combinations was and DP780 1.0t and DP590 1.4t. The trend of low boundary and high boundary variation of lobe curve were analyzed with a viewpoint of the contact resistance and the heat input.
Keywords: Resistance spot welding | Advanced high strength steel | Weld lobe curve | Nugget formation | Tensile shear strength
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