Effect of Conductivity of the Inner Rod on the Collision Conditions During a Magnetic Pulse Welding Process

T. Sapanathan, K. Yang, R. N. Raoelison, N. Buiron, D. Jouaffre & M. Rachik
The Magnetic Pulse Welding (MPW) process involves a high speed collision between the flyer and inner rod. Conductivity of the inner rod may play a significant role in the collision speed and collision angle. The collision conditions were investigated with varying conductivity of the inner rod in this study. Coupled mechanical-electromagnetic 3D simulations were carried out using LS-DYNA package to investigate the effect of conductivity of the inner rod on the collision patterns during the...
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