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Collapse Characteristics on Width Ratio and Flange Spot-Weld Pitch for Hat-Shaped Members
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 Title & Authors
Collapse Characteristics on Width Ratio and Flange Spot-Weld Pitch for Hat-Shaped Members
Cha, Cheon-Seok; Gang, Jong-Yeop; Kim, Yeong-Nam; Kim, Jeong-Ho; Kim, Seon-Gyu; Yang, In-Yeong;
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 Abstract
The fundamental and widely used spot welded sections of automobiles (hat and double hat-shaped section members) absorb most of the energy in a front-end collision. The sections were tested on axial static(10mm/min) and quasi-static(1000mm/min) loads. Based on these test results, specimens with various thickness, shape and spot weld pitch on the flange have been tested with impact velocity(7.19m/sec) the same as a real life car clash. Characteristics of collapse have been reviewed and a structure of optimal energy absorbing capacity is suggested.
 Keywords
Spot Welded Sections;Hat and Double Hat-Shaped Section;Front-End Collision;Static and Quasi-Static Loads;Impact;Characteristics of Collapse;
 Language
Korean
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