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Capacitive discharge welding system

A capacitive discharge welding system includes at least one capacitive discharge-based power supply that is adapted to provide alternate polarity pulses from a first weld to a subsequent weld, and to be compatible with iron-core transformers used for alternating current resistance welding; at least one iron core transformer adapted to receive electrical discharges from the capacitive discharge-based power supply; a polarity switching network that includes at least two sets of silicon controlled rectifiers that are arranged in pairs for facilitating current flow in alternate directions; a pair of engagable, properly biased shunt diodes that are operative to shunt reflected current for protecting the silicon controlled rectifiers when the system is in use; and a control network configured for simultaneous engagement of the properly biased shunt diodes and firing the silicon controlled rectifiers for current flow; and tracking polarity for assuring that subsequent pulses use opposite direction current flow for preventing saturation of the iron core transformer.. . ... Edison Welding Institute Inc

System for evaluating weld quality using eddy currents

Electromagnetic and eddy current techniques for fast automated real-time and near real-time inspection and monitoring systems for high production rate joining processes. An eddy current system, array and method for the fast examination of welds to detect anomalies such as missed seam (ms) and lack of penetration (lop) the system, array and methods capable of detecting and sizing surface and slightly subsurface flaws at various orientations in connection with at least the first and second weld pass.. ... Edison Welding Institute Inc

Powder handling system for use in powder bed fusion additive manufacturing

A powder handling system that includes a first powder deposition device for depositing a primary powder on a surface at a predetermined speed; and a second powder deposition device for depositing a secondary powder onto the primary powder in at least two directions relative to the surface, wherein the second powder deposition device includes a reservoir for containing the secondary powder; and a rotating shaft connected to the reservoir, wherein the rotating shaft includes a speed of rotation, an angle of rotation, a number of rotations, and a notch geometry, and wherein the rotating shaft is adapted to deposit the secondary powder onto the primary powder at a predetermined rate of deposition, and wherein the predetermined rate of deposition is controlled by adjusting the speed of rotation of the shaft, adjusting the angle of rotation of the shaft, adjusting the number of rotations of the shaft, adjusting the notch geometry of the shaft, or a combination thereof.. . ... Edison Welding Institute Inc

Laser-stirred powder bed fusion

An additive manufacturing process that includes providing a first layer of powdered material having a predetermined thickness; using a laser beam that follows a predetermined path to fuse a portion of the material in the first layer, wherein the predetermined path of the laser beam is a repeating circular or elliptical path which incrementally proceeds in a linear direction; providing a second layer of powdered material having a predetermined thickness; using a laser beam that follows a predetermined path to fuse a portion of the material in the second layer, wherein the predetermined path of the laser beam is a repeating circular or elliptical path which incrementally proceeds in a linear direction; repeating the previous steps until a complete part or component is created; and removing any unfused powdered material from the completed part or component.. . ... Edison Welding Institute Inc

Inertia friction welding system for martensite-free joining of materials

A method for joining materials such as metal alloys that includes a first component, wherein the first component includes a first alloy having a known austenization temperature below which martensite forms when the component is heated and then cooled at a predetermined rate of cooling; a second component, wherein the second component includes a second alloy; and a welding apparatus operative to create a weld between the first and second components without crossing the austenization temperature of the first alloy. The method also includes the steps of validating the characteristics of the weld created between the first and second components in real-time during the welding process; modifying the welding apparatus to prepare the surface of the first component prior to welding to assure proper alignment of the first and second components; and/or physically modifying the second component to enhance the welding characteristics and durability thereof.. ... Edison Welding Institute Inc

Methods for assembling metallic sandwich and honeycomb structures

A method for creating metallic sandwich structures that includes providing at least two face sheets; providing at least two core sheets; orienting the core sheets relative to one another in a predetermined manner; and using indirect resistance roll brazing to join the core sheets to the face sheets to create a sandwich structure.. . ... Edison Welding Institute Inc

Thermite welding

A process for welding metallic sections that includes providing first and second metallic sections to be welded together, and wherein the welded rail sections will include a weld fusion zone that further includes a weld terminus at each rail section; providing thermite welding dies for use in welding the metallic sections together; covering the thermite welding dies with an oxide displacing or oxide dissolving flux added locally to the edges of the thermite welding dies that are immediately adjacent to the weld fusion zone and the metallic sections; positioning the thermite welding dies on the metallic sections in the region where the metallic sections are to be joined together; and initiating an exothermic reaction between the thermite welding dies and the metallic sections by introducing molten metal into the region where the metallic sections are to be joined together, wherein the exothermic reaction creates a weld between the metallic sections.. . ... Edison Welding Institute Inc








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