Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering

, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp 363–373 | Cite as

Review on electromagnetic welding of dissimilar materials

Review Article

Abstract

Electromagnetic welding (EMW) is a highspeed joining technique that is used to join similar or dissimilar metals, as well as metals to non-metals. This technique uses electromagnetic force to mainly join conductive materials. Unlike conventional joining processes, the weld interface does not melt, thus keeping the material properties intact. Extremely high velocity and strain rate involved in the process facilitate extending the EMW technique for joining several materials. In this paper, the research and progress in electromagnetic welding are reviewed from various perspectives to provide a basis for further research.

Keywords

electromagnetic welding impact dissimilar materials 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Mechanical DepartmentAMC Engineering CollegeBangaloreIndia

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