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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advanced Joining Technologies for Automotive Lightweight Structures
Sponsorship ACerS Manufacturing Division
TMS Aluminum Committee
Organizer(s) Yan Huang, Brunel University London
Carla Barbatti, Constellium
Yingchun Chen, Dura Automotive Systems
Scope The symposium aims to bring about an intensive exchange of fundamental understanding and technological advances of automotive lightweight structure joining solutions, among worldwide academics, research scientists and expert automotive engineers, with focus on aluminium alloys and their jointing with steel and polymers.

Papers that describe physical experiments, joint design, characterization and assessment, and process simulation and optimization on the following key joining technologies are welcome:
•Solid state joining methods - friction stir welding (FSW), self-piercing riveting (SPR), and magnetic pulse welding (MPW), etc.
•Fusion welding and resistance welding- laser beam welding (LBW), electron beam welding (EBW), Cold metal transfer (CMT) welding, resistance spot welding, etc.
•Hybrid joining methods and adhesive bonding.

Also welcome are all aspects of research, development and applications relating to the joining of automotive lightweight structures.

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings

3D Process Modeling of Linear Friction Welding Using a Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Based Approach
A Novel Approach to Determine Intermetallic Formation and Growth in the Aluminum-Iron System Using Resistance-based Diffusion Couples
Additive Friction Stir Deposition for Cladding and Repair of Lightweight Aluminum
Development of Solid-state Resistance Spot Joining Method
Dissimilar Materials Welding between AA6061 and CFRP Utilizing Vaporizing Foil Actuator Welding
Effect of Processing Parameters on the Mechanical Performance of High Velocity Riveted (HVR) Joints through Finite Element Modeling
Fatigue Analyses of Dissimilar Aluminum-Steel Clinch Joints for Lightweight Construction
Friction Stir Lap Welding of 3T Al Sheets in a Robotic Platform
Influence of Process Parameters on Joint Formation and Load-bearing Capacity for a Versatile Self-piercing Riveting Process
Integrating an Interlayer Technology Approach to Advanced Materials While Resistance Spot Welding
Investigation into the Effect of Interlock Area on the Strength of Self-Pierce Rivets
Microstructural and Mechanical Property Change during Friction Element Welding
Microstructure and Properties of Mg/Mg and Mg/Al FSW Welds
Self-Pierce Riveting of Aluminium and Mixed Material Car Body Structures
Solid Phase Joining of AA6061-T6 Joints via High Velocity Riveting

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