By Rajiv S. Mishra
Friction stir welding has visible major progress in either expertise implementation and medical exploration. This publication covers all facets of friction stir welding and processing, from basics to layout and purposes. it is usually an replace at the present examine concerns within the box of friction stir welding and a advisor for additional research.Content:
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Welds were made on a custom designed "hot" anvil consisting of a shallow steel box (12"W x 12"L x 2"H) with 1" thick walls containing a heating element. The hot anvil was monitored by thermocouple and maintained at 200 °C. The hot anvil was used to slow the cooling rate of the welds and avoid cracking of the cast iron plates. An Ameritherm 20 kW induction heating system was used to preheat the material with two induction coils. Coil 1 was a flat coil placed ahead of the FSW pin tool. Coil 2 was a spiral design placed around the pin tool.
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