The Application of the Pulsed Electromagnetic Field for Joining Powder Parts


Article Preview

The paper is devoted to the permanent joining of powder parts by the pulsed electromagnetic field. The possibility of such joining was proved experimentally and testing the obtained samples. The method of permanent joining of powder parts employing technologies of the pulsed electromagnetic field is the most effective for joining powder parts with relatively high copper content (more than 10%) and when the thickness of powder parts is in the range from 2 to 10 mm. Using a concentrator of the electromagnetic field allows increasing pressure in a relatively small zone up to 2...3 times, which significantly increases the deformation of the material of joined parts and, consequently, the reliability of joints.



Solid State Phenomena (Volumes 220-221)

Edited by:

Algirdas V. Valiulis, Olegas Černašėjus and Vadim Mokšin




V. Mironovs et al., "The Application of the Pulsed Electromagnetic Field for Joining Powder Parts", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 220-221, pp. 864-870, 2015

Online since:

January 2015




* - Corresponding Author

[1] V. Psyk, D. Risch, B.L. Kinsey, A.E. Tekkaya, M. Kleiner, Electromagnetic forming, A review, Journal of Materials Processing Technology 211 (2011) 787–829.


[2] G. Zittel, A historical review of high speed metal forming, in: Proc. of 4th International Conference on High Speed Forming, 2010, 15 p.

[3] V. Mironov, I. Boyko, V. Lapkovskis, Production of Fe-C-Cu powder coatings by pulse magnetic pressing and infiltration, in: Proc. of 15th int. conf. TMT, Prague, Czech Republic 2011, p.137–140.

[4] Y. Zhang et al. Metallurgical applications of pulsed electromagnetic field, Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University 17(3) (2012) 282–285.

[5] V. Mironov, I. Boyko, V. Lapkovsky, Composite parts from Fe-Cu powder materials, Material science (Medziagotyra) 15(1) (2009) 44–47.

[6] V. Mironov, I. Boyko, Joining of powder parts by means of pulsed electromagnetic field, in: Proc. of 3rd Int. Conf. JOIN Total Welding Management in Industrial Applications, 2007, Lappeenranta, Findland, p.235–239.

[7] V. Schribman, Take advantage of the new magnetic pulse welding process, Svetsaren (2–3) (2001) 14–16.

[8] V.M. Mihaylov, Strong Pulse Electroamgnetic Fields, Harkov, Visha skola, 1979, 140 p. (in Russian).

[9] R. Winkler, Hochgeschwindigkeitsbearbeitung, VEBVerlag Technik, Berlin, 1973, 456 p.

[10] I.V. Belyi, S.M. Fertik, L.T. Himenko, Handbook on Pulse Magnetic Porcessing of Metals, Harkov, Visha skola, 1977, 167 p. (in Russian).

[11] J. Broeckhove, L. Willemsens, Experimental research on magnetic pulse welding ofdissimilar metals, Universitet Gent, (2010).

[12] V. Lapkovsky, V. Mironov, V. Zemchenkov, I. Boyko. Processing of powder materials by Pulse Elektromagnetic Field, in: Proceeding of PM2010 World Congress, 2010, Florence, Italy p.519–524.