Resistance microwelding of 316L stainless steel wire to block

@inproceedings{Friis2011ResistanceMO,
  title={Resistance microwelding of 316L stainless steel wire to block},
  author={Kasper Storgaard Friis and Muhammad Ibrahim Wasiq Khan and Niels Bay and Yuanbo Zhou},
  year={2011}
}
  • Kasper Storgaard Friis, Muhammad Ibrahim Wasiq Khan, +1 author Yuanbo Zhou
  • Published 2011
  • Materials Science
  • The excellent corrosion resistance of low carbon vacuum melted 316 stainless steel coupled with its non-magnetic properties makes it ideal for biomedical applications. The typical joint geometry for microcomponents, such as medical implants, includes joining of fine wire to a larger block. However, this type of joint has received little attention in the current literature. The present study was conducted to examine the microstructure and mechanical properties of low carbon vacuum melted 316… CONTINUE READING

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