On the impact welding of dissimilar alloys for use in multimaterial skeletal fixation devices

On the impact welding of dissimilar alloys for use in multimaterial skeletal fixation devices

SANGUEDOLCE Michela, ABDELMAOLA Mohammed, BORDA Francesco, CHO Dae Hyun, AVEY Thomas, OLIVAS-ALANIS Luis H., CHMIELEWSKA Agnieszka, VIVEK Anupam, DAEHN Glenn, LUO Alan A., PANTON Boyd, FILICE Luigino, DEAN David

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Abstract. Multi-material skeletal fixators appear to be a promising approach to reduce failure due to the high stiffness of standard-of-care fixators. Nevertheless, joining different materials is challenging due to their different properties. High-velocity impact welding, a solid-state welding process, involves the collision of a “flyer” (moving) part with a stationary “target” at very high speed (i.e., hundreds of meters per second). In this paper we present a preliminary experimental campaign to use laser impact welding to join NiTi and Mg alloy Mg-1.2Zn-0.5Ca-0.5Mn (wt%) sheets and the parallel development of a finite element model to allow gathering further insights into the complex phenomena involved in the process. Preliminary results show the deposition of the Mg alloy on NiTi sheets by tuning the joining process conditions and promising results of the numerical model in terms of accordance with experiments: these findings provide the basis for further process optimization, numerical model calibration and the application of a valid protocol for multi-material skeletal fixation devices.

Keywords
Finite Element Analysis, Impact Welding, Dissimilar Welding, NiTi Alloys, Mg Alloys, Skeletal Fixation

Published online 4/24/2024, 9 pages
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Citation: SANGUEDOLCE Michela, ABDELMAOLA Mohammed, BORDA Francesco, CHO Dae Hyun, AVEY Thomas, OLIVAS-ALANIS Luis H., CHMIELEWSKA Agnieszka, VIVEK Anupam, DAEHN Glenn, LUO Alan A., PANTON Boyd, FILICE Luigino, DEAN David, On the impact welding of dissimilar alloys for use in multimaterial skeletal fixation devices, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 41, pp 1732-1740, 2024

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21741/9781644903131-192

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