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See detailHighlighting chemical bonding between nylon-6.6 and the native oxide from an aluminum sheet assembled by laser welding
Hirchenhahn,, Pierre; Alsayyad, Adham Ayman Amin UL; Bardon, Julien et al

in ACS Applied Polymer Materials (2020)

Polymer/metal hybrid assemblies are well suited for automotive and biomedical applications because of their ability to create lightweight structures with a wide range of design possibilities. Laser ... [more ▼]

Polymer/metal hybrid assemblies are well suited for automotive and biomedical applications because of their ability to create lightweight structures with a wide range of design possibilities. Laser welding is a promising technique for joining dissimilar materials thanks to its quickness, freedom of design and absence of adhesives. Still, the fundamental causes of adhesion in hybrid laser welding remain not well understood. Therefore the present work aims at highlighting a chemical bonding between a polymer, nylon-6.6 and a metal, aluminum. To access the interface information, the samples were first broken, leaving a residue on the surface, which was dissolved afterwards. The chemical reactive sites of nylon molecule able to react with aluminum surface were suggested and the feasibility of these reactions was analyzed in the light of the results obtained by means of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and Time of flight secondary electron microscopy (ToF-SIMS). [less ▲]

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See detailLaser joining of titanium alloy to polyamide: influence of process parameters on the joint strength and quality
Alsayyad, Adham Ayman Amin UL; Lama, Prashant; Bardon, Julien et al

in International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (2020)

Laser-assisted metal–polymer joining (LAMP) is a novel assembly process for the development ofminiaturized joints in hybrid lightweight products. This work adopts a design of experiments (DoE) approach to ... [more ▼]

Laser-assisted metal–polymer joining (LAMP) is a novel assembly process for the development ofminiaturized joints in hybrid lightweight products. This work adopts a design of experiments (DoE) approach to investigate the influence of several laser welding parameters on the strength and quality of titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V)–polyamide (PA6.6) assembly. Significant param- eters were highlighted using the Plackett Burmann design, and process window was outlined using the Response Surface Method (RSM). A statistically reliable mathematical model was generated to describe the relation between highlighted welding param- eters and joint strength. The analysis ofvariance (ANOVA) method was implemented to identify significant parametric interac- tions. Results show the prominence offocal position and laser power, as well as significant interaction between laser power and beam speed, on the joint strength. The evolution ofweld defects (bubbles, excessive penetration, flashing, titaniumcoloring, weld pool cavities, and welding-induced deflection) along the process windowwas investigated using optical microscopy. The resulted deflection in titaniumwas quantified, and its relationship with welding parameters was mathematically modeled. Robust process window was outlined to maintain insignificant deflection in the welded joints. Results showed that the growth ofweld defects correlates with a decline in joint strength. Optimal parameters demonstrated a defect-free joint, maximizing joint strength. [less ▲]

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