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Correlations on Dissimilar Materials by Friction Stir Welding Process( Vol-2,Issue-5,September 2016 )

Author(s):

Jammula ShyamSunder

Keywords:

Aluminium 6061, Pure Copper, Brass (CuZn30), Materials, Microstructure, Micro hardness and Mechanical Properties, FSW.

Abstract:

Recently many reports on Friction Stir Welding (FSW) of various dissimilar systems such as Aluminium to Copper and Aluminium to Brass been reported. FSW of Aluminium, Copper and Brass has captured important attention from manufacturing industries, such as Shipbuilding, Automotive, Railway and Aircraft production. Brass materials are widely used as engineering materials in industry because of their high electrical and thermal conductivity, high strength, and high corrosion resistance. Copper and its alloys are widely used in industrial applications due to their excellent electrical & thermal conductivities, good strength, corrosion & fatigue resistance. The aim of present study was analogy of the microstructures and mechanical properties of friction stir welded joint of Aluminium to Copper and Aluminium to Brass plates in 4mm thickness.

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