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Journal of KWJS 2008;26(6):81-91.
Published online January 13, 2009.
Evaluation of Resistance Spot Weld Interfacial Fractures in Tensile-Shear Tests of TRIP 1180 Steels
Sang-Soon Park, Young-Min Choi, Dae-Geun Nam, Young-Seok Kim, Ji-Hun Yu, Yeong-Do Park
Abstract
  The weldability of resistance spot welding of TRIP1180 steels for automobile components investigated enhance in order to achieve understanding of weld fracture during tensile-shear strength (TSS) test. The main failure modes for spot welds of TRIP1180 steels were nugget pullout and interfacial fracture. The peak load to cause a weld interfacial failure was found to be related to fracture toughness of the weld and the weld diameter. Although interfacial fracture occurred in the spot welded samples, the load-carrying capacity of the weld was high and not significantly affected by the fracture mode. Substantial part of the weld exhibits the characteristic dimple (or elongated dimple) fractures on interfacial fractured surface also, dimple fracture areas were drawmatically increased with heat input which is propotional to the applied weld current. In spite of the high hardness values associated with the martensite microstructures due to high cooling rate. The high load-carrying ability of the weld is directly associated with the area of ductile fracture occurred in weld. Therefore, the judgment of the quality of resistance spot welds in TRIP1180 steels, the load-carrying capacity of the weld should be considered as an important factor than fracture mode.
Key Words: Trip steels (TRIP1180), Resistance spot weld, Interfacial fracture, Tensile-shear test


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