microstructures and tensile properties of friction stir

(PDF) Effects of Geometrical Feature on Microstructures

In this work, the tensile-shear mechanical behaviors of friction stir spot weld and adhesive hybrid joint were performed from both numerical and experimental viewpoints.

(PDF) Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged

Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged friction stir processed AZ91 magnesium alloy Article (PDF Available) in Material Research Innovations 18(S4):S4-152-S4-156 · July 2014 with 205 An Evaluation of Global and Local Tensile Properties of In the present study, friction-stir-welded DP980 dual-phase steel was produced. Using FSW samples with a butt joint configuration, the microstructural change after FSW and its effect on the global and local tensile properties were evaluated. The following conclusions can be drawn from the results of

An Evaluation of Global and Local Tensile Properties of

The effect of the microstructure heterogeneity on the tensile plastic deformation characteristic of friction-stir-welded (FSW) dual-phase (DP) steel was investigated for the potential applications on the lightweight design of vehicles. Friction-stir-welded specimens with a butt joint configuration were prepared, and quasi-static tensile tests were conducted, to evaluate the tensile properties of DP980 dual-phase steels. Effect of Preheating on Microstructure and Tensile In contrast, through friction stir welding (FSW) process solidification relate defects can be eliminated. Anyhow, the strength of friction stir welded joint is influenced by process parameters and tool parameters. These parameters govern the heat input, metal flow, microstructure evolution and mechanical properties of the weld.

Effect of Preheating on Microstructure and Tensile

In contrast, through friction stir welding (FSW) process solidification relate defects can be eliminated. Anyhow, the strength of friction stir welded joint is influenced by process parameters and tool parameters. These parameters govern the heat input, metal flow, microstructure evolution and mechanical properties of the weld. Effect of rotation speed on microstructure and mechanical Aug 23, 2016 · The effect of tool rotation speed on microstructure and mechanical properties of self-reacting friction stir welded joints was investigated for Al-Mg-Si alloy. Joints were produced by a newly designed pin tool with rotation speeds ranging from 300 to 600 rpm at a constant welding speed of 350 mm/min. Cavity defect was observed in the weld obtained at the lowest rotation speed, and defect-free

Effects of heating process on the microstructures and

Dec 01, 2011 · In this paper, the effects of heating process on the microstructures and tensile properties of a friction stir spot welding (FSSW) welded AZ31 magnesium alloy were investigated by microstructural observations and tensile tests. Friction-Stir ProcessingFriction-stir processing (FSP) is an emerging surface-engineering technology that can locally eliminate casting defects and refine microstructures, thereby improving strength and ductility, increase resistance to corrosion and fatigue, enhance formability, and improve other properties. FSP can

Improving Interfacial Microstructures and Tensile

Jun 20, 2020 · To eliminate the casting defects in the ZL210 aluminum alloys, the activepassive filling friction stir repairing (A-PFFSR) was used. Shoulder morphologies on the surfaces of the pinless tools were designed and optimized to improve the mechanical properties of the repairing joints. The detailed microstructures, interface behaviors, microhardness, and mechanical properties were investigated. Improving Interfacial Microstructures and Tensile Jun 20, 2020 · To eliminate the casting defects in the ZL210 aluminum alloys, the activepassive filling friction stir repairing (A-PFFSR) was used. Shoulder morphologies on the surfaces of the pinless tools were designed and optimized to improve the mechanical properties of the repairing joints. The detailed microstructures, interface behaviors, microhardness, and mechanical properties were investigated.

Influence of Tool Pin Profile on Microstructure and

The mechanical properties of the base material such as tensile properties and hardness were tested using tensile test and Vickers micro hardness test, respectively. The chemical composition and mechanical properties of the material is shown in Table 1 and 2 respectively. Before starting the friction stir welding, the samples that need to be Investigate Correlations of Microstructures, Mechanical Wei, Lingyun, "Investigate Correlations of Microstructures, Mechanical Properties and FSW Process Variables in Friction Stir Welded High Strength Low Alloy

Mechanical Properties of Friction-Stir-Welded Inconel

specimens were used in the tensile tests for evaluating the transverse tensile strength of the welds and longitudinal tensile strength of the stir zone. 3. Results and Discussion The macrostructure of friction-stir-welded Inconel 625 is shown in Fig. 1. The weld penetrated to a depth of 1.7mm into the specimen without introducing any defects Mechanical Properties of Friction-Stir-Welded Inconel specimens were used in the tensile tests for evaluating the transverse tensile strength of the welds and longitudinal tensile strength of the stir zone. 3. Results and Discussion The macrostructure of friction-stir-welded Inconel 625 is shown in Fig. 1. The weld penetrated to a depth of 1.7mm into the specimen without introducing any defects

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Friction Stir

AA2024-T3 Aluminum alloy plates of 3 mm thickness were friction stir butt welded at a constant welding speed of 50 mm/min and rotation speeds of 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1250, and 1500 min 1.Effects of rotation speed on microstructures, hardness distributions, and tensile properties of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Friction Stir Nov 12, 2018 · Three-millimeter-thick Q235 steel plates were friction stir welded using a tool made of tungsten-rhenium alloy in the present study. The microstructure and mechanical properties of welded joints at various traverse speeds from 50 to 150 mm/min were analyzed. It was demonstrated that traverse speed had great impacts on microstructure and mechanical properties of the joints.

Microstructure and Tensile Properties of Friction Stir

In this study, as-cast Mg6Sn2Zn (wt.%) alloy was subjected to friction stir processing (FSP) and the microstructure and tensile properties of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples were investigated. It was found that, in the stir zone (SZ) of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples, α-Mg grains were significantly refin Microstructure and Tensile Properties of Friction Stir In this study, as-cast Mg6Sn2Zn (wt.%) alloy was subjected to friction stir processing (FSP) and the microstructure and tensile properties of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples were investigated. It was found that, in the stir zone (SZ) of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples, -Mg grains were significantly refin

Microstructure and Tensile Properties of Friction Stir

In this study, as-cast Mg6Sn2Zn (wt.%) alloy was subjected to friction stir processing (FSP) and the microstructure and tensile properties of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples were investigated. It was found that, in the stir zone (SZ) of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples, -Mg grains were significantly refined via dynamic recrystallization (DRX) and the Mg2Sn phase was broken and partially dissolved. Microstructure and Tensile Properties of Friction Stir In this study, as-cast Mg6Sn2Zn (wt.%) alloy was subjected to friction stir processing (FSP) and the microstructure and tensile properties of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples were investigated. It was found that, in the stir zone (SZ) of FSP Mg6Sn2Zn samples, -Mg grains were significantly refined via dynamic recrystallization (DRX) and the Mg2Sn phase was broken and partially dissolved.

Microstructure and mechanical properties of friction stir

Aug 01, 2020 · T. Miura, R. Ueji, H. FujiiEnhanced tensile properties of FeNiC steel resulting from stabilization of austenite by friction stir welding J Mater Process Technol, 216 (2015), pp. 216-222 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar Microstructure and mechanical properties of friction stir Dec 04, 2013 · Aluminium alloys AA 5083 and AA 6082 have been friction stir welded and the mechanical properties and microstructures of the welds have been evaluated. Alloy AA 5083 mainly fractured near the centre of the weld, while fracture in AA 6082 mainly occurred in the heat affected zone.

Microstructure and tensile properties of friction stir

The 6 mm thick sheets of AA6061 and AA5086 were friction stir welded together to analyze the evolution of microstructure in the stir zone and its influence on tensile properties of the joints [27 Microstructure and tensile properties of friction stir The 6 mm thick sheets of AA6061 and AA5086 were friction stir welded together to analyze the evolution of microstructure in the stir zone and its influence on tensile properties of the joints [27

Microstructure, Tensile and Impact Toughness Properties of

Microstructure, Tensile and Impact Toughness Properties of Friction Stir Welded Mild Steel Microstructure, mechanical properties and microtexture of The microstructural characteristics of the friction stir welding joints were studied by Electron Backscattered Diffraction and Transmission Electron Microscopy. The mechanical properties were evaluated by tensile and microhardness tests.

Microstructures and mechanical properties of friction

Full length article Microstructures and mechanical properties of friction stir processed Mge2.0Nde0.3Zne1.0Zr magnesium alloy F.Y. Zheng a, Y.J. Wu a, L.M. Peng a,b,*, X.W. Li a, P.H. Fu a, W.J. Ding a,b aNational Engineering Research Center of Light Alloy Net Forming, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240, PR China bThe State Key Laboratory of Metal Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged Full Length Article Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged friction stir processed AZ91 magnesium alloy Fang Chai, Datong Zhang *, Yuanyuan Li

Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged

Full Length Article Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged friction stir processed AZ91 magnesium alloy Fang Chai, Datong Zhang *, Yuanyuan Li Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged Sep 01, 2015 · Microstructures and tensile properties of submerged friction stir processed AZ91 magnesium alloy 1. Introduction. Of all metallic materials, magnesium alloys have the lowest density and because of their excellent 2. Experimental methods. AZ91 magnesium alloy plates with a thickness of 6mm were

Study of Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of

It was observed that the microhardness of the stir zone increased with the decreased in. the friction heat flow because the grain size in the stir zone decreases when the friction heat flow is. decreased. As seen in Fig. 8,the traverse Vickers microhardness is not uniform distribution across the stir zone. Study on the Microstructures and Tensile Behaviors of Abstract. Friction stir welding (FSW) of T-joints with 3 mm thickness for AA6061-T4 sheets has been performed, and the influences of process parameters on the microstructures, defects, hardness profiles, and tensile strength were discussed specifically.

Study on the Microstructures and Tensile Behaviors of

Friction stir welding (FSW) of T-joints with 3 mm thickness for AA6061-T4 sheets has been performed, and the influences of process parameters on the microstructures, defects, hardness profiles, and tensile strength were discussed specifically. It is found that the macrostructures and microstructures are similar in different process parameters, and the microstructure features in the skin welds have the same The Effect of Friction Stir Processing on Microstructure Abstract. Friction Stir Processing (FSP) to partial sheet thickness can be utilized to engineer unique microstructures in metallic alloys. These composite microstructures consist of three distinct layers associated with stirred, transition and core micro structural regions.

Welding Parameter Dependent Microstructure and

phase. The tensile tests revealed that the tensile strengths of the weld metals were higher than that of the base metal and increased with the increasing rotation speed. However, the elongations decreased. This study showed that the properties of the friction stir welded high carbon steel can be easily controlled by simply changing the Microstructures and tensile properties of friction stir Microstructures and tensile properties using small tensile specimens were investigated for both base materials and stir zones. The base materials with the addition of over 2 wt% Mn showed a relatively good balance of strength and ductility when Si content was 2 wt% due to the transformation induced plasticity effect of retained austenite.