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000190906 245__ $$aTotal energy estimation model for remote laser welding process
000190906 260__ $$aAmsterdam$$bElsevier Science Bv$$c2013
000190906 269__ $$a2013
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000190906 336__ $$aConference Papers
000190906 490__ $$aProcedia CIRP
000190906 520__ $$aThe issues in the energy-efficiency process have much interest in the automotive industry. The energy criteria are also important in machine selection as well as productivity when new equipment is introduced on a shop floor. Remote laser welding having benefits for productivity and for energy saving is receiving attention in automotive assembly lines, but introducing this innovative equipment is a significant decision because of high initial cost in spite of the advantages. This paper specifically provides an estimation model of the total energy which is consumed by a robot arm, laser source, and cooling system. It considers the energy determined by robot operation parameters, arm path, and welding parts instead of the one for the laser melting phenomenon. Operational parameters and kinematic models are adjusted by comparison with experimental data of a car door assembly process. By developing an estimation model the major factors and devices determining consumed energy were found. This model will contribute to finding the effective process which will be improved by applying remote laser welding robot to legacy welding processes. (C) 2013 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. Selection and peer-review under responsibility of Professor Pedro Filipe do Carmo Cunha
000190906 6531_ $$aRemote laser welding
000190906 6531_ $$aEnergy-efficient process
000190906 6531_ $$aAutomotive assembly line
000190906 6531_ $$awelding process
000190906 700__ $$0246146$$aUm, Jumyung$$g221085
000190906 700__ $$aStroud, Ian A.
000190906 7112_ $$a46th CIRP Conference on Manufacturing Systems (CIRP CMS)
000190906 720_1 $$aCunha, Pf$$eed.
000190906 773__ $$j7$$q658-663$$tForty Sixth Cirp Conference On Manufacturing Systems 2013
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