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Advanced Joining Processes. Welding, Plastic Deformation, and Adhesion

  • Book

  • November 2020
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5029614

Advanced Joining Processes: Welding, Plastic Deformation, and Adhesion brings together a range of advanced thermal, mechanical, and chemical methods of joining, offering an up-to-date resource for those looking to understand and utilize the very latest techniques. Efficient joining techniques are critical to a range of innovative applications, with technology in constant development. The first section of the book provides in-depth information on advanced welding techniques, including friction stir, explosive, ultrasonic, laser, electron beam, and computational weld analysis and fatigue of structures. The second section highlights key developments in joining by plastic deformation, adhesive bonding, and hybrid joining.

The coverage of each technique is supported by practical guidance, detailed analysis, and finite element simulations. This is an essential reference for researchers and advanced students in joining, welding, adhesion, materials processing, mechanical engineering, plastics engineering, manufacturing, civil engineering, and automotive/aerospace engineering, as well as engineers, scientists, and R&D professionals, using joining, welding, and adhesion methods, across a range of industries.

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Table of Contents

Part A Welding 1. Laser welding 2. Electron beam welding 3. Computational weld analysis and fatigue of welded structures

Part B Deformation Assisted Joining 4. Deformation assisted joining 5. Friction stir welding 6. Explosive welding 7. Ultrasonic welding

Part C Adhesive Bonding 8. Manufacture and testing 9. Simulation 10. Hybrid joining techniques


Lucas F. M. da Silva Full Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering; Director, Advanced Joining Processes Unit (AJPU), Institute of Science and Innovation in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (INEGI), University of Porto, Porto, Portugal. Lucas F. M. da Silva is currently Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Portugal, and Director of the Integrated Masters in Mechanical Engineering. He obtained his PhD in bonding of composites from the University of Bristol (UK) in 2004. Prof. da Silva leads the Adhesives Group, composed of post-docs, PhD students and MSc students, regularly organizes international conferences on adhesive bonding, and leads the Portuguese Adhesion Society, which he founded. He has published over 200 papers and 24 books, mainly on adhesive joint mechanics, and works on the editorial board of several journals. Prof. da Silva has also developed a software for designing adhesive joints and acts as a consultant for several international companies Mohamad S. El-Zein Manager of Advanced Materials and Mechanics, John Deere. Mohamad S. El-Zein has been with John Deere for 30 years and is currently the Manager of Advanced Materials and Mechanics. He is also John Deere Fellow in Materials. Dr. El-Zein obtained his PhD in Engineering Mechanics with emphasis on carbon fiber reinforced composites from Virginia Tech in 1989. He leads the Advanced Joining Group (Welding, Adhesive, and Bolted Joints), the Advanced Materials Group, and the Mechanics Group at the Moline Technology Innovation Center. Dr. El-Zein also spent much of his career in modeling and simulation and has a deep knowledge of product verification and validation. He has published research on composites, modeling and simulation, fatigue, welding, heat treating, adhesives, and computational welding simulation and analysis, and also holds over 15 patents. Paulo A.F. Martins Professor of Manufacturing, Instituto Superior T�cnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal. Paulo Martins is Professor of Manufacturing, at the Instituto Superior T�cnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal. He is also Doctor Technices Honoris Causa of the Technical University of Denmark, and a Fellow of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). He is co-author of six books, several international patents and over 350 papers in international journals and conferences. His main research area is manufacturing, specifically numerical and experimental-based development of forming and joining by forming processes.