Verfahren zur Optimierung des MSG-Schweißens mit Impulslichtbogen auf der Basis visueller und elektrischer Informationen
|Other Titles:||Procedure for the optimization of PGMAW using visual and electrical information||Authors:||Nordbruch, Stefan||Supervisor:||Gräser, Axel||1. Expert:||Gräser, Axel||2. Expert:||Thiele, Georg||Abstract:||
The visual observation of the metal transfer and the recording of electrical parameters of the pulsed gas metal arc welding are very important. These methods are used in all phases of research, development and application. Normally, high speed cameras in combination with an additionally lighting unit were used for the visual observation of the metal transfer. However, these systems have some disadvantages for many applications. Furthermore, no methods exist for the analysis of the recorded visual and electrical data.In this work the development and conversion of a concept for the visual online observation of all states of the metal transfer in combination with the simultanious and synchronized measurement of relevant electrical welding process signals (current, voltage, etc.) is described. Additionally, the concept contains the automatic analysis of the recorded data refering to relevant visual parameters of the metal transfer and relevant parameters of the electrical welding process signals. Aim of the concept is the inspection, analysis, optimisation and documentation of the welding process.In detail, this work focuses on the following tasks:* The development of a concept for the visual observation of all states of the metal transfer incombination with the simultanious and synchronized measurement of relevant electrical weldingprocess signals.* The analysis of the high dynamic CMOS technology based on the applicability of differrentCMOS cameras for visual observation of the metal transfer. Important points of the analysiswere the brightness dynamic of the arc, the velocity and the acceleration of the metal transferdrops. For a better evaluation of the characteristic and results of the CMOS technology, it hasben compared with the CCD technology (on the basis of a CCD camera).* The development of methods for the automatic calculation of characteristic parameters out ofthe measured electrical welding signals.* The development of methods for the automatic extraction of visual parameters out of the recordedmetal transfer images.* The development of methods for the automatic preparation and analysis of the caluculated visualand electrical parameters.* The analysis of the developed methods and the entire sensor systems on their ability for a controlof the process using the visual and electrical parameters as basis for future works.
|Keywords:||GMAW, Gas Metal Arc Welding, CCD, HDRC, High Dynamic CMOS, Camera, High Speed Camera, Pixel Shutter, Global Shutter, Back Light, Electric Arc, Metal Transfer, Drop, Splash, Visual Analyse, SPC, Statistical Process Control, Control Chart, Process Capability, Cp, Cpk, Vontrol, Inspection, Documentation, Optimisation, Welding Parameter, Loglux, Pulnix, Weinberger Speedcam Visario, Redlake MotionPro||Issue Date:||27-Jan-2005||Type:||Dissertation||URN:||urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-diss000102306||Institution:||Universität Bremen||Faculty:||FB1 Physik/Elektrotechnik|
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