Friction Stir Welding and Processing III

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The latest fundamental and application developments in the field of friction stir welding and processing are presented in these papers. Fundamental issues in the area of microstructure, properties, fracture and fatigue, and corrosion of friction stir welded and processed aluminum, titanium, magnesium, and nickel alloys are examined in this volume.

From the 2005 TMS Annual Meeting held in San Francisco, California, February 13 - 17, 2005.

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Overview

The latest fundamental and application developments in the field of friction stir welding and processing are presented in these papers. Fundamental issues in the area of microstructure, properties, fracture and fatigue, and corrosion of friction stir welded and processed aluminum, titanium, magnesium, and nickel alloys are examined in this volume.

From the 2005 TMS Annual Meeting held in San Francisco, California, February 13 - 17, 2005.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873395847
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 2/1/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 298
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.07 (h) x 0.62 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

Aluminum Alloys.

Microcharacterization and Texture Analysis of Friction Stir Processed AA 5052 Alloy (M. Adams-Hughes, P.N. Kalu, M.K. Khraisheh, and N. Chandra).

Unpredictable Stress Corrosion Crack Growth in Friction Stir Welded 7075 Al (C. Fuller, M. Mahoney, J. Lumsden III, and L. Micona).

Effect of Tool Design on Stress Corrosion Resistance of FSW AA7050-T7451 (J. Lumsden, G. Pollock, and M. Mahoney).

Microstructure, Fatigue Crack Growth, and Corrosion in Friction Stir Welded Al 5456 (P.S. Pao, R.W. Fonda, H.N. Jones, C.R. Feng, B.J. Connolly, and A.J. Davenport).

Friction Stir Welding of Dissimilar Aluminum Alloys (R. Cook, T. Handboy, S.L. Fox, and W. Arbegast).

Fatigue of Pre-Corroded 2024-T3 Friction Stir Welds: Experiment and Prediction (U.A. Mercado, T. Ghidini, and C. Dalle Donne).

High-Temperature Materials.

Equipment and Processing Variables Affecting the Friction Stir Processing of NiAl Bronze (L. Christodoulou, W. Palko, and C. Fuller).

Friction Stir Processing of Nitinol(B. London, J. Fino, A. Pelton, C. Fuller, and M. Mahoney).

Friction Stir Welding of MA 957 Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Ferritic Steel (B.K. Jasthi, S.M. Howard, W.J. Arbegast, G.J. Grant, S. Koduri, and D.R. Herling).

Friction Stir Welding of TIMETAL 21S (Y. Li, E. Hood, W. Tang, and A.P. Reynolds).

Formability of Friction Stir Welded Dual Phase Steel Sheets (M.P. Miles, J. Pew, T.W. Nelson, and M. Li).

Friction Stir Welding of Ferrous Alloys Using Induction Preheating (B.M. Tweedy, W. Arbegast, and C. Allen).

Friction Stir Processing.

Friction Stir Processing for Microstructure Modification of NiAl Bronze (K. Oh-ishi, A.P. Zhilyaev, R. Williams, and T.R. McNelley).

Friction Stir Processing of Class 40 Grey Cast Iron (U. Ramasubramanian, W.J. Arbegast, G.A. Stone, and G. Grant).

High Strain Rate Superplastic Properties of 7075 Aluminum Via Friction Stir Processing (L.B. Johannes, I. Charit, and R.S. Mishra).

Thick Plate Bending of Friction Stir Processed Aluminum Alloys (M.W. Mahoney, C.B. Fuller, M.P. Miles, and W.H. Bingel).

Friction Surface Reaction Processing in Aluminum Substrates (S.M. Howard, B.K. Jasthi, W.J. Arbegast, G.J. Grant, and D.R. Herling).

Process/Applications.

Friction Stir Welding — A Brief Review and Perspective for the Future (T.W. Nelson).

Friction Stir Welding of Aluminum Using a Tapered Shoulder Tool (K.J. Colligan and J.R. Pickens).

Fabrication of Aluminum Box Beams Using Self-Reacting and Standard Fixed Pin Friction Stir Welding (A. Toskey, W. Arbegast, C. Allen, and A. Patnaik).

Experimental Measurements of Load Distributions on Friction Stir Weld Pin Tools (A.L. Stahl and C.D. Sorensen).

Modeling.

Using Process Forces as a Statistical Process Control Tool for Friction Stir Welds (W.J. Arbegast).

An Analytical Model for Prescribing the Flow Around the Tool Probe in Friction Stir Welding (H. Schmidt and J. Hattel).

Three-Dimensional Finite Element Model of the Friction Stir Spot Welding Process (S.S.T. Kakarla, K.H. Muci-Küchler, W.J. Arbegast, and C.D. Allen).

Numerical Modeling of FSW Spot Welding: Preliminary Results (A. Gerlich, P. Su, G.J. Bendzsak, and T.H. North).

CFD Modelling of the Shear Layer Around the Tool Probe in Friction Stir Welding (H. Schmidt and J. Hattel).

A Model for Local Proof Strength of 2XXX Welds (M.J. Starink, S.C. Wang, and I. Sinclair).

Microstructure and Texture.

A Preliminary Investigation on the Microstructure and Properties of Friction Stir Welds in an Al7075/Al2O3/10% Reinforced Alloy (L.M. Marzoli, R. Zettler, J.F.d. Santos, M. Volpone, and E. Rizzuto).

Microstructure Evolution During Friction Stir Welding of Commercial Aluminum Alloys (B. Huneau, X. Sauvage, S. Marya, and A. Poitou).

Microstructural Details of Friction-Stir Weld Interfaces (A.C. Somasekharan and L.E. Murr).

Microstructure Characteristics of Friction Stir Processed Al 7075 Via Macroscopic Approach (B. Cai, D. Huang, B.L. Adams, and T.W. Nelson).

Root Flaws of Friction Stir Welds—An Electron Microscopy Study (T. Vugrin, M. Schmncker, and G. Staniek).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

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