Whiteboard Wednesday: Hybrid Process

Posted by Dan Adams on Jun 15, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Rotary Friction Welding, Hybrid Friction Welding

The hybrid friction welding cycle is a type of rotary friction welding, and is a combination of the direct drive process and the inertia process.  The direct drive process has a constant energy input using an electric motor. The inertia friction welding cycle, on the other hand, has rotating flywheels that store the energy needed for the weld, which makes it a fixed energy cycle. Hybrid friction welding is a combination of both.

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