Resistance spot weld bonding of steel sheets

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Szymon Kowieski
Jolanta Matusiak

Abstract

The use of innovative resistance welding methods with bonding for joining construction materials opens new possibilities in expanding ranges of combined materials in various industrial sectors.
The article presents the results of experiments of resistance spot welding-adhesive bonding, using
the weld-through technique. The influence of welding conditions (technological parameters of welding) and adhesive bonding conditions (method of surface preparation, size and thickness of the overlap during bonding) on the process of creating hybrid connections is presented. The tests combined DC01 steel sheets without protective coverings and DP 600 with Z140 zinc protective coating and designed for applications in the automotive industry one-component epoxy adhesive was used.

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S. Kowieski and J. Matusiak, “Resistance spot weld bonding of steel sheets”, WeldTechRev, vol. 91, no. 10, pp. 25-33, Nov. 2019.
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