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Experimental Analysis of Two Dissimilar Metal Alloy by Friction Stir Welding

Author : Shantanu Madhukar Kadam 1 Netra Pal Singh 2

Date of Publication :23rd June 2022

Abstract: Existing manufacturing technologies are continually improving as a result of the diversity and never-ending quest for a higher level of living. Demand for increasingly complex materials is growing in lockstep with developments in conventional manufacturing methods, resulting in new metal manufacturing breakthroughs including revolutionary welding technologies. Welding is a typical method of connecting metals and other materials. A number of welding procedures are employed in a range of sectors in today's globe. Friction stir welding is a cutting-edge welding process that outperforms standard welding procedures in a variety of ways. Because it eliminates the obstacles associated with traditional welding techniques, friction stir welding is employed as a solid state joining solution for materials like aluminium, magnesium, and other alloys, as well as hard materials like steels. This study paper explains the FSW concept and technique. It goes through some of the technological elements that influence the process and output of the FSW joint. Friction stir welding (FSW) of aluminium has advanced substantially in the recent decade in every element of tool manufacture, including microstructure property estimate [2]. Thanks to the progress of efficient welding equipment and particular control systems, FSW of aluminium has reached a new level of technological competence, and the influence on butt joint arrangement is being explored. Ansys CFD Mechanical is a full-featured FE (finite element) structural analysis tool that can do linear, nonlinear, and dynamic analysis

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