Automation and Robotisation in Welding and Allied Processes - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080325330, 9781483147253

Automation and Robotisation in Welding and Allied Processes

1st Edition

Proceedings of the International Conference Held at Strasbourg, France, 2-3 September 1985, under the Auspices of the International Institute of Welding

Editors: P D Boyd H P Granjon
eBook ISBN: 9781483147253
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1985
Page Count: 430
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Automation and Robotisation in Welding and Allied Processes contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Automation and Robotization in Welding and Allied Processes held in Strasbourg, France, on September 2-3, 1985, under the auspices of the International Institute of Welding. The papers explore developments in the mechanization, automation, and utilization of robots in welding and related processes and cover topics such as half and fully mechanized welding of offshore constructions; adaptive systems of process control for spot welding robotic cells; and application of computer integrated manufacture to welder fabrication. This book is divided into two sections and begins with an overview of technical, economic, and human factors relating to mechanization and automation in arc and resistance welding. The next chapter describes a closed-loop controlled arc welding power source using a microcomputer as controller. The discussion then turns to problems associated with half and fully mechanized welding of offshore constructions; flexible manufacturing systems comprising welding with high productivity in small lot production; and the main factors causing process disturbance in spot welding. The final chapter is devoted to advanced adaptive control of automated arc welded fabrication which involves sensor application for seam tracking and joint recognition, preprogramming and online supervision of process parameters, and the design of a closed adaptive control loop. This monograph will be of interest to mechanical, electronics, industrial, and robotics engineers.

Table of Contents

Session I Automation and Robotization: General Principles

I 1 Conception d'un Contrôleur à Micro-ordinateur Dédié au Soudage Adaptatif

I 2 Microcomputer Controlled Arc Welding Power Source

I 3 The problems and Perspectives of Half and Fully Mechanized Welding of Offshore Constructions

I 4 The Development of Automatic Welding Systems for Small Lot Production

I 5 Adaptive Systems of Process Control for Spot Welding Robotic Cells

I 6 The Application of CIM to Welded Fabrication

Session II Sensors and Seam Tracking

II 1 Development Approaches for Advanced Adaptive Control in Automated Arc Welding

II 2 Third Generation Adaptive Robotic Arc Welding Unit

Session III Sensors and Seam Tracking

III 1 Mathematical Modeling

III 1 1 System of Technological Adaptation for Industrial Welding Robots

III 1 2 Adaptive Control for Welding Robots

III 1 3 Mathematical Simulation of Scanning Arc in MIG-Welding

III 2 Automated Visual Weld Inspection for Robotic Welding Fabrication

III 3 Recognition Method for Monitoring Weld Result — Fundamental Study on Automation of Inspection

Session IV Conditions of Use and Applications

IV 1 Automatisation du Soudage dans la Construction de Matériel Ferroviaire

IV 2 Inductive Seam-Tracking Improves Mechanized and Robotic Welding

IV 3 Automatisation et Robotisation en Soudage et Techniques Connexes

IV 4 Application of GTAW Automatic Welding to Various Products

IV 5 Automation of Welding of Cylindrical Tanks, for Liquid Gases

IV 6 The Automated Welding of Studs on the Marine Boiler Tubes

IV 7 Safety Aspects of Automation and Robotics in Welding and Allied Processes

Session V Adaptation of Welding Equipment and Welded Components

V 1 Automatisation de la Flamme — Nouveaux Developpements

V 2 Industrial Application of Industrial Robots for Arc Welding and Cutting Purposes

V 3 Design Aspects of Robotic Arc Welding

V 4 Quantitative Evaluation of Adaptability to Fabrication of Welded Structures as Possible Objects for Robotic Welding

V 5 Programmable Automatic Manipulator System for Submerged Arc Welding

Session VI National Surveys - Conclusions

VI 1 L'automatisation et la Robotisation du Soudage et des Techniques Connexes en France, Aujourd'hui et Demain

VI 2 Current Status of Robotic Welding in Japan

VI 3 Robotization in Welding in Poland

VI4 State of the Art Report on the Application of Industrial Robots in the FRG with Special Respect to Welding

VI5 Automation and Robotization in Welding—The UK Scene


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P D Boyd

H P Granjon

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