Papers by Keyword: Friction Stir Welding (FSW)

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Authors: A. Alimoradi, M. Loh-Mousavi, R. Salekrostam

Abstract: The Friction Stir Welding (FSW), a relatively new welding process, was developed in 1991 at the Welding Institute near Cambridge, England....

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Authors: Barnik Saha Roy, Subhash Chandra Saha, John Deb Barma

Abstract: A 3D thermal pseudo mechanical model formulated in an Eulerian frame considering a quassisteady approach to Friction Stir welding modeling...

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Authors: Sabrina Gastebois, Lionel Fourment

Abstract: The numerical simulation of Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is carried out using an Arbitrary Lagrangian or Eulerian (ALE) formulation. Its...

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Authors: Zheng Hua Guo, Gang Yao Zhao, Li Ming Ke, Li Xing, Shun Feng Zhu

Abstract: Friction stir welding(FSW), a new solid-state joining process, is wildly used in the fields of aviation, aerospace and other high technology...

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Authors: Hasan I. Dawood, Kahtan S. Mohammed, Mumtaz Y. Rajab, Nurafifah R. Ismail

Abstract: In this study, two sets of pure aluminum strips 3 mm in thickness were friction stir welding (FSW) together in a regular Butt joint pattern....

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Authors: Roberto G. Citarella, Pierpaolo Carlone, Marcello Lepore, Gaetano S. Palazzo

Abstract: Medium to high strength aluminum alloys, such as 2xxx, 6xxx, and 7xxx series, are actually considered of great interest in the transport...

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Authors: Jia Liang Zhang, Bei Zhi Li, Xin Chao Zhang, Qing Xia Wang

Abstract: Friction stir welding processes involve many variables. Engineers and operators often find it difficult to effectively design or control it....

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Authors: Gianluca Buffa, Livan Fratini, Fabrizio Micari

Abstract: Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is an energy efficient and environmentally "friendly" welding process. The parts are welded together in a...

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Authors: Pierpaolo Carlone, Gaetano S. Palazzo

Abstract: In recent years, remarkable interest has been focused on the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) process, by academic as well as industrial research...

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Authors: Mohamadreza Nourani, Abbas S. Milani, Spiro Yannacopoulos

Abstract: There are several reported thermomechanical models that can be used to predict friction stir welding (FSW) properties of different alloys. A...

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