Parameter evaluation of fsw for aluminum alloys

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Parameter evaluation of fsw for aluminum alloys

  1. 1. Parameter Evaluation Of FSW For Aluminum Alloys BOBBY JOHN
  2. 2. Friction Stir Welding (FSW)INTRDUCTION• FSW is a solid state joining process• Welding using friction as the major resource No filler material involved Welds created by, a) Frictional heating b) Mechanical deformation
  3. 3. • The process uses a rotating, non-consumable weld tool that plunges into the base material and moves forward.• Al alloy is difficult to weld by traditional methods, due to high thermal conductivity, resulting in defects like porosity, cracks etc. Hence FSW is being increasingly used
  4. 4. Principle of Operation - Friction Stir welding• The tool has a circular section except at the end where there is a threaded probe or more complicated flute.• The junction between the cylindrical portion and the probe is known as the shoulder
  5. 5. Assembled Threaded tool: screw plug, screw, holder and tap• The heat is generated primarily by friction between a rotating--translating tool, the shoulder of which rubs against the work piece.
  6. 6. Friction Stir Welding Process Parameters• The strength of Friction stir welding depends on the following three process parameters. They are• Spindle speed• Feed rate• Depth of penetration
  7. 7. Spindle Speed• The spindle speed is the rotational frequency of the spindle of the machine, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM).
  8. 8. The best speed depends on the following conditions:1. Weld strength and quality of the weldment required - Higher quality of weld and strength can be obtained at high speed operations.2. Material to be welded - Hard material requires high speed operation.3. Size of weld. Large welds require low speed operation.4. Thickness of the work piece to be welded.
  9. 9. Friction weld surfaces
  10. 10. Feed Rate• Feed rate is the velocity at which the cutter is fed, that is, advanced against the work piece. It is expressed in units of distance per revolution for turning and boring (typically inches per revolution (ipr) or millimeters per revolution).
  11. 11. Depth of Penetration• The insertion depth of pin is associated with the pin height. When the insertion depth is too shallow, the shoulder of tool does not contact the original work piece surface.• When the insertion depth is too deep, the shoulder of tool plunges into the work piece. In this case, a significantly concave weld is produced
  12. 12. • FSSW has generated tremendous interests in the automotive industry – Direct replacement of resistance spot welding of Al • Significant energy and cost savings – Potential for advanced high-strength steels and other high-temperature alloys
  13. 13. • Preheating or cooling can also be important for some specific FSW processes• steel and titanium, copper (Preheating)• aluminium and magnesium (precooling)
  14. 14. Experimental Procedure• Aluminium alloy AA6351 is a medium Strength alloy with excellent corrosion resistance.
  15. 15. Mazda RX-8 Rear Door (Aluminum Panel) is Made by FSW

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