Hybrid joints – combined joints
Hybrid connections means that two material connection methods are combined, most often a method of mechanical connection such as riveting, skirting, screwing and welding combined with adhesive bonding. Hybrid joints are used where conventional joining cannot be fully utilised. Connection of composites, which have been enjoying a growing popularity, in the automotive or aviation industry is a good example.
The focus of the seminar are hybrid joints in practical applications, their benefits and disadvantages. The participants will gain new knowledge of the application of adhesives for hybrid connections and deepen their knowledge of thermal bonding processes.
Introduction to bonding (adhesive curing principles, classification of adhesives, examples of adhesives for hybrid joints, etc.)
Mechanical joints (principles of plastic operations, deformation reinforcement, bending processes)
Hybrid mechanical joints combined with adhesive bonding (skirting, riveting, clinching, screwing, etc.)
Thermal bonding processes (principles of laser welding, electric resistance welding, electric arc welding and electrode welding combined with adhesive bonding)
Benefits and disadvantages of hybrid joints
Examples from practice
Mrs. Hana Kysilková
Phone: +420 776 719 286