The purpose of this Bulletin_91 is to provide links to Online Sources.
Friction Stir Welding is a quite successful solid state process used to weld similar and dissimilar metals.
The material flow inherent in this welding process is a fundamental component of the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) that differentiates it from all other conventional welding techniques.
That page provides a few links on general aspects of the process, not specifically concerned with the evolution of microstructure and its influence on mechanical properties.
This List of Links was originated while trying to answer a question on how Microstructural Changes in Friction Stir welding affect mechanical properties.
Unfortunately, as one of the Researchers wrote in one of the Papers, the microstructural evolutions occurring during FSW are still not well understood.
Nevertheless useful applications of FSW are realized by suitable development programs, and thorough testing can assure the reliability of the joints performed.
PWL#124B - Bulletin_91 - Resources on how Microstructural Changes in Friction Stir welding (FSW) affect Mechanical Properties, Joint Strength in Friction Stir Welded Aluminum Alloys, Nano SiC reinforced AA6061, Microstructural evolution in the heat-affected zone, induced residual stresses, microstructural characterization, Friction Stir Weld Failure Mechanisms, Computational Analysis, Modeling and much more...
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Friction stir welding induces a microstructural evolution that will influence the resulting mechanical properties.
The residual stresses induced during friction stir welding present a major influence on the final mechanical properties.
A detailed observation of the material microstructure in the joint section allows us to individuate a few different areas in metallographic sections.
The parent material (PM) is that not affected by deformation.
In the heat affected zone (HAZ), the material has undergone a thermal cycle which has modified the microstructure and/or the mechanical properties.
In the thermomechanically affected zone (TMAZ), the material has been plastically deformed by the tool, while the heat flux has also exerted some influence on the material.
At the core of the welding, the nugget is found out, called Stir Zone (SZ) or Dynamically Recrystallised Zone (DXZ).
It is a volume (appearing as an area in the section) in which the original grain and subgrain boundaries were replaced with fine, equiaxed recrystallized grains, characterized by a nominal dimension of a few microns.
The Online Resources listed in this Bulletin_91 offer a wide range of publications presenting information on the above matters.
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Friction stir welding
Friction Stir Welding
Friction Stir Welding of Steel: Part Two
Microstructural Changes Determining Joint Strength in Friction Stir Welding of Aluminium Alloys
Effect of Microstructural changes on Mechanical properties of Friction stir welded Nano SiC reinforced AA6061 composite (9 pages)
Microstructural evolution in the heat-affected zone of a friction stir weld
Research Gate 1.
Effect of Friction Stir Welding on Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of Copper Alloy
Influence of the microstructural changes and induced residual stresses on tensile properties of wrought magnesium alloy friction stir welds
Microstructural Evolution during Friction Stir Welding of
Microstructural evolution during friction stir welding of near-alpha titanium
Friction Stir Welding of Al 6061 Alloy (12 pages)
Friction Stir Welding of Advanced Materials: Challenges (7 pages)
Friction-stir welding: microstructural characterization
Research Gate 2.
Optimum Rotation Speed for the Friction Stir Welding of Pure Copper
Microstructural Changes in Aluminium Alloys by Friction Stir Processing
Effect of Friction Welding Parameters on Mechanical and
Microstructural Properties of Dissimilar AISI 1010-ASTM B22
Effects of friction stir welding on microstructure of 7075 aluminum
Microstructural Development in Friction Stir Welding (2 pages)
Initial Microstructural Evolution during Friction Stir Welding
Microstructural Characterizations of Dissimilar Friction Stir Welds
Friction Stir Weld Failure Mechanisms in Aluminum-Armor Structures Under Ballistic Impact Loading Conditions. (Abstract)
Computational Analysis of Material Flow During Friction Stir Welding of AA5059 Aluminum Alloys (17 pages)
Modeling of AA5083 Material-Microstructure Evolution During Butt Friction-Stir Welding (13 pages)
Computational Modeling of the Friction Stir Welding Process (FSW) and of the Performance of FSW Joints
(Thesis, 122 pages)
Heat Generation during Plunge Stage in Friction Stir Welding
Microstructure Evolution during Friction Stir Spot Welding of TRIP steel (173 pages)
Microstructure Evolution in Friction Stir Welded Aluminium Alloys
Advances in Friction Stir Welding for Aerospace Applications
Sample Records for the Topic Welding Friction Stir from Science.gov. (25 pages)
Residual Stress Measurements in a Thick, Dissimilar Aluminum-Alloy Friction Stir Weld (23 pages)
Applications: Friction Stir Weld
(Map of the Longitudinal Residual Stress)
Friction Stir Welding of Dissimilar Materials: An Overview (6 pages)
Microstructural Evolution of Friction Stir Processed Ti-6Al-4V
(Thesis, 44 pages)
Microstructural Evolution of Friction Stir Welded Aluminum Alloys - Sections 1 & 2
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