Electrical and electronics industry
welding is commonly used in electrical and electronics industry
for joining components of various (often good conductive but more
difficult to weld) materials and shapes such as electrical
connectors, rotors, and printing circuits etc.
The special features of the resistance welding applications in
electrical and electronic industry are characterized with
sizes and exotic materials which are very difficult to weld.
In order to support the industrial applications in electrical and
electronics industry, special materials
have been added to the build-in material database including silver, copper
alloys and nickel alloys etc. To facilitate simulation of miniaturized
components, the allowable dimensions in SORPASŪ have been extended to 0.1
microns (or 4 decimals for mm).
Some examples for industrial applications of the software
in electrical and electronics industry are presented in the
Gallery of case studies including
a fusing (hot staking) of copper cable and a parallel gap welding
of thin titanium foil to plate substrate.