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Hybrid Welding Laboratory

Lab full name
Hybrid Welding Laboratory
Research Activities

The hybrid welding laboratory of Politecnico di Bari is a hightech laboratory devoted to the joining and powderless additive processes of metals and metal alloys. The laboratory is equipped with 3 different welding techniques which are High Power Ytterbium Laser (HPYL), Friction Stri Welding FSR), and Arc Welding (AW). Those technologies are combined for hybrid welding by coupling two techniques at any time. Single plus coupled techniques  account for 6 different options for solving welding problems.
The team of HWL furnish on demand study and consulting on enhancing productivity, lower cost, speed up throughput. The solution can reduce distortion, post-weld rework, and enhance weld quality. Stronger, lighter, better end-products and new product can be designed using the power for fusion and solid-state welding and fabrication technique. The fabrication of dissimilar metals welded structure is one of the major success of the laboratory.
The services includes also metallurgical, mechanical characterisations and numerical simulation.

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Companies and Institutions
Dublin City University,Dublin, (EIRE)
École normale supérieure d'arts et métiers, Paris (France)
Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Cergy Pontoise (France)
Free University of Bozan, Bozan (Italy)
Malayer University, Malayer (Iran)
General Motors Collaborative Research Laboratory in Advanced Vehicle Manufacturing, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (USA)
Getrag, plant of Bari Italy
Bosch, plant of Bari italy
Cefival, Persan (France)
Services
Study for the improvement of the weldability of metallic materials
Development of welding coating solutions to improve surface performance
Development of research projects in regional funding projects such as PIA and PON
Metallurgical characterization of welding by optical microscopy. Mechanical characterization of welds.
Address / How to reach us
Plexus of Japigia (Viale Japigia 182)
Hours
from 9.00 to 18.00 after contact by mail