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doi:https://doi.org/10.5781/JWJ.2020.38.4.6    [Epub ahead of print]
Joint Properties of Dissimilar Al/Steel Sheets Formed by Magnetic Pulse Welding
Byoung-Hyun Yoon*, Ji-Yeon Shim**, Bong-Yong Kang**
*Rapidly Solidified Materials Research Center, Chungnam National Univ., Daejeon, 34134, Korea
**Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Jeonju, 54853, Korea
Correspondence: Byoung-Hyun Yoon  Email: byoon7@cnu.ac.kr
Received January 18, 2020  Accepted May 11, 2020  Published online July 22, 2020
ABSTRACT
In countries with major demand for automobiles such as the US, Japan, and China, the governments have steadily tightened fuel economy and greenhouse gases (GHG) regulations since 2015. To improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions, light weighting is considered the most realistic and effective way that can counter the limitations associated with fuel efficiency technologies. Production of existing steel bodies requires the use of traditional welding methods, such as resistance welding and arc welding. However, as the industry transitions to the use of non-ferrous material along with steel, a novel welding process must be developed. Additionally, as steel materials in use are continually getting thinner, it is important to develop improved sheet welding technology to obtain joints with high strength. In particular, aluminum requires a stronger bond welding technology than resistance welding. The purpose of this work was to study the joints between aluminum and steel using magnetic pulse welding and analyze the interface characteristics of electromagnetic bonding.
Keywords: Dissimilar welding | Multi-materials | Magnetic pulse welding | Plating steels
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