Finite element analysis of residual stress generation during spot welding and its affect on fatigue behavior of spot welded joints

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Finite element analysis of residual stress generation during spot welding and its affect on fatigue behavior of spot welded joints

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Title: Finite element analysis of residual stress generation during spot welding and its affect on fatigue behavior of spot welded joints
Author: Long, Xin, 1971-
Date: 2005
Publisher: University of Missouri--Columbia
Abstract: This dissertation presents the finite element based prediction of residual stress generation in a spot welded joint during the spot welding process and the effects of residual stress on fatigue behavior of a spot welded joint. Spot welded advanced high strength steels, namely dual phase DP600 GI and transformation induced plasticity TRIP600 steels were investigated for their fatigue life, microstructure changes and fatigue fracture mechanisms to develop design data for possible application in future light weight and more fuel efficiency automobiles.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/4171
Other Identifiers: LongX-120605-D3393

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