Numerical Simulation of Thermal Processes in Welding with Pulsed Electrode Wire Feeding

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The use of computational methods allows us to significantly shorten the time required for researches and save welding and other consumables. In addition, the computational methods used in studies make it possible to demonstrate the obtained results with a high degree of accuracy. Computational methods are based on computer-aided mathematical modeling of welding processes. Mathematical modeling is applied specifically to develop models adequately describing various welding processes or interrelation between those processes. The article describes the model that demonstrates the distribution of temperature fields in butt joints during the arc welding with pulsed electrode wire feeding.

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Dr. Dmitry A. Chinakhov

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55-63

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D.P. Il’yaschenko et al., "Numerical Simulation of Thermal Processes in Welding with Pulsed Electrode Wire Feeding", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 927, pp. 55-63, 2018

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