Parametric Optimization of Friction Stir Welding Process parameter on Aluminium alloy 6061 Material using different tool profile
Pranaysinh S Jadeja, Manish J Patel, Harsh A Oza, Jaydip P Adraja
This Article Considers Investigation Procedures for Friction Stir Welding in Aluminum Alloy, Via Control of hardware Profiles. Friction stir welding (FSW) is an imaginative strong state joining process concocted during the 1990s by The Welding Institute in UK. Considered as one of the main welding processes. FSW process empowers the upsides of strong state joining for creation of ceaseless straight welds, the most widely recognized type of weld joint setups. The critical part of the cycle is the uncommonly planned pivoting instrument which has two fundamental parts. The initial segment is the profiled pin (or test) stretching out along the pivot of the turning part. The second piece of the apparatus is the Shoulder. The shoulder is the functioning surface of the device, typical to the pivot of turn. The undertaking point is to weld two plates of Aluminum Alloy utilizing different apparatus profiles and different welding boundary like Rotation speed, Traverse speed, Axial burden and to improve the strength of joint.
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Unique Paper ID: 159828

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 1431 - 1434
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