Specific Energy and Temperature Mechanistic Models for Friction Stir Processing of AL - F357
Mechanistic models for process specific energy and surface temperature profile of the work material lateral to the tool motion were investigated in this study. Experiments were conducted with a robotic friction stir welding machine on A1-F357 investment cast plates to measure the axial force, spindle torque and surface temperature to determine the mechanistic model parameters. The results obtained show that the specific energy correlates linearly with the surface temperature of the work material. Also, the temperature mechanistic model based on Rosenthal's moving line source equations can estimate the surface temperature very well.
P. Kalya et al., "Specific Energy and Temperature Mechanistic Models for Friction Stir Processing of AL - F357," Proceedings of the 2007 Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society Annual Meeting (2007, Orlando, FL), pp. 113-125, The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), Feb 2007.
4th Symposium on Friction Stir Welding and Processing (2007: Feb. 25-Mar. 1, Orlando, FL)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS)
Keywords and Phrases
Atmospheric temperature; Equations of motion; Finance; Friction; Friction welding; Gas welding; Geophysical prospecting; Investments; Surface properties; Tribology; Welding; Annual meetings; Axial forces; Friction stir processing; Friction stir welding; Friction stir welding machine; Line sources; Mechanistic model; Mechanistic modeling; Specific energy; Spindle torque; Surface temperatures; Temperature; Tool motion; Work material; Surfaces
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Article - Conference proceedings
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