Integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) can be used effectively to understand thermal excursions and mechanical response in single-shot joining methods such as resistance-spot, flash-butt, friction, hot-gas, and thermite welding.
As part of EWI’s ongoing series of papers examining the uses of ICME as a prediction tool in manufacturing, Senior Technology Leader Jerry Gould has written Analytical Tools for Assessing Thermal/Mechanical Response During Single-shot Welding Processes. This paper examines the unique constructs for this application and how they can be used to address concerns ranging from process deterioration to new manufacturing control strategies.
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Interested in learning more about EWI’s work in ICME? Check out these related papers by our authors:
- Overview of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) Tools Used at EWI
- Analytical Methods for Predicting Thermal Excursions for Continuous Joining Processes
- AM Applications of Analytical Methods to Predict Thermal Excursions for Continuous Joining Processes