Optimization on Spot Weld Parameters in Resistance Spot Welding Process on AISI 304

  • Amit Hazari Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ideal Institute of Engineering college, Kalyani, West Bengal INDIA
  • Rith Saha Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ideal Institute of Engineering college, Kalyani, West Bengal INDIA
  • Bidisha Ghosh Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ideal Institute of Engineering college, Kalyani, West Bengal INDIA
  • Debraj Sengupta Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ideal Institute of Engineering college, Kalyani, West Bengal INDIA
  • Sayan Sarkar Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ideal Institute of Engineering college, Kalyani, West Bengal INDIA
  • Nia Mehra Student, Department of BCA, GN College, Dhanbad, INDIA
Keywords: ASI 304, Spot Welding, Workpieces

Abstract

The spot welding procedure is used in a variety of industrial applications. The most critical elements influencing welding quality, productivity, and cost are the spot welding parameters. This research examines the effect of welding factors such as welding current and welding time on the strength of various welding joint designs. Resistance spot welding (RSW) is used in the automotive industry for manufacturing. This research focused on the optimization of process parameters for resistance spot welding (RSW), as well as the tensile testing and spot weld diameter. The goals of this analysis are to comprehend the physics of the process and to demonstrate the effect of electrical current, weld time, and material type on the resistance spot welding process.

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Published
2021-06-22
How to Cite
Amit Hazari, Rith Saha, Bidisha Ghosh, Debraj Sengupta, Sayan Sarkar, & Nia Mehra. (2021). Optimization on Spot Weld Parameters in Resistance Spot Welding Process on AISI 304. International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 11(3), 181-185. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijemr.11.3.29
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