Numerical Analysis of Friction Stir Welding for AA6061 by Finite Element Analysis IJTSRD
In this work presents a scientific approach to optimizing Friction Stir welding method parameters for the aluminium alloy. Friction stir Welding (FSW) is wide used for the welding of Al alloy. Welding input parameters play a really vital role in decisive the standard of a weld joint. The welding parameters like tool shoulder diameter, tool motility speed, welding speed and axial force play a serious role when deciding the joint strength. In gift study an endeavour are created to affix the AA6061 Al alloy by mistreatment the traditional shaper. Non-consumable tool, manufactured from high carbon, high chromium steel alloys steel, H13 are wont to fabricate the joints. Friction stir welding are dispensed on the 6 mm thick AA6061 plate. Three factors are wont to minimize range of experimental conditions. Total eighteen experiments are dispensed. The tensile specimen ready as per the ASTM E8M-04 and tested on the universal tensile testing machine. Finite part Analysis has been wont to develop the mathematical model for the enduringness. The impact of the various parameters on the enduringness has been evaluated. The Pyro gun has been wont to live the temperature at totally different location on the work piece. Final enduringness of the welded element has been dispensed. Results of the study indicate that the utmost enduringness found within the FSW welded joint is seventy five take advantage of the parent metal enduringness. FSW is being with success applied to the region, automobile, and ship-building industries.
By Mr. Ronak S. Shah | Prof. D. A. Warke”Numerical Analysis of Friction Stir Welding for AA6061 by Finite Element Analysis”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018,
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