Friction Stir Welding and Processing IV / Edition 1

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Friction stir welding has seen significant growth in bothtechnology implementation and scientific exploration. This bookcovers all aspects of friction stir welding and processing, fromfundamentals to design and applications. It also includes an updateon the current research issues in the field of friction stirwelding, and a guide for further research.

A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition heldin Orlando, Florida, February 25 - March 1, 2007.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873396615
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 5/1/2007
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 486
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents



Session I.

Friction Stir Welding—After a Decade of Development(William Arbegast).

Friction Stir Welding of an Aluminum Coal Hopper Railcar(Casey Allen, Dana Medlin, Clark Oberebt, Haven Mercer, andWilliam Arbegast).

Development of Design Curves for Tensile Strength and FatigueCharacteristics of 7075 T73 Aluminum FSW Butt Joints (SrikanthKandukuri, William J. Arbegast, Anil K. Patnaik, and Casey D.Allen).

Relationships between Process Variables Related to HeatGeneration in Friction Stir Welding of Aluminum (KevinColligan).

Session II.

Analysis of Self-Reacting Friction Stir Welds in a 2024-T351Alloy (Tomasz Neumann, Rudolf Zettler, Pedro Vilata, Jorge dosSantos, and Luisa Quintino).

Development of a Torque-Based Weld Power Model for Friction StirWelding (Jefferson Pew, Tracy Nelson, and Carl D.Sorensen).

Eulerian Simulation of Friction Stir Welding in 7075 Aluminum(L. Fourment, S. Guerdoux, Michael Miles, and T. W.Nelson).

Transport Phenomena in Friction Stir Welding (LyneSt-Georges, Véronique Dassylva-Raymond, László Kiss,and Alexandre Perron).

Phase Space Analysis of Friction Stir Weld Quality(Enkhsaikhan Boldsaikhan, Antonette Logar, Edward Corwin, JeffMcGough, and William Arbegast).

Specific Energy and Temperature Mechanistic Models forFriction Stir Processing of Al–F357 (P. Kalya, K.Krishnamurthy, Rajiv Mishra, and John Baumann).

A Numerical Study of the Plunge Stage in Friction Stir WeldingUsing ABAQUS (Saptarshi Mandal, Justin Rice, and Abdelmageed A.Elmustafa).

Minimizing Lack of Consolidation Defects in Friction Stir Welds(Srikrishna Chimbli, Dana Medlin, and William Arbegast).

Session III.

Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Friction StirWelded Aluminum Tailor-Welded Blanks (Yen-Lung Chen).

Formability and Springback Evaluation of Friction Stir WeldedAutomotive Sheets (Wonoh Lee, Junehyung Kim, Daeyong Kim,Chongmin Kim, Michael L. Wenner, Kazutaka Okamoto, R.H. Wagoner,and Kwansoo Chung).

Formability Analysis of Locally Surface-Modified Al 5052 Sheets(Chang Lee, Suk Hoon Kang, Heung Nam Han, Sung-Joon Kim, and KyuHwan Oh).

Numerical Simulation of the Static and Dynamic Response ofCorrugated Sandwich Structures Made with Friction Stir Welding andSuperplastic Forming (Karim Muci-Kuchler, Sajith KumarAnnamaneni, Darrell R. Herling, and William J. Arbegast).

Effect of Processing Parameters on Microstructure of the FSWNugget (Joseph Querin, A.M. Davis, and Judy A.Schneider).

riction Stir Lap Joining of Al 7075 with Sealant (Tim Li,George Ritter, Nick Kapustka, and Richard Lederich).

Friction Stir Lap Welds of AA6111 Aluminum Alloy (ManasijYadava, Rajiv Mishra, Y.L. Chen, X.Q. Gayden, and GlennGrant).

Friction Stir Welding of an Aerospace Grade Magnesium Alloy(Xinjin Cao, M. Jahazi, and M. Guerin).

Friction Stir Joining of Thermoplastics (Saritha Mattapelli,William J. Arbegast, and Robb Winter).

Friction Stir Welding of Bulk Metallic Glasses – Vitreloy106A (Rakesh Suravarapu, Katharine M. Flores, William J.Arbegast, and Stanley M. Howard).

Session IV.

Friction Stir Welding of HSLA-65 Steel (Peter Pao, Richard W.Fonda, Harry N. Jones, C.R. Feng, and D.W. Moon).

Characterization of Dual Phase Steel Friction-Stir Weld forTailor-Welded Blank Applications (Seung Hwan Park, SatoshiHirano, Kazutaka Okamoto, Wei Gan, Robert H. Wagoner, KwansooChung, and Chongmin Kim).

Microstructure and Properties of Friction Stir Welded 304Stainless Steel Using W-Based Alloy Tool (Yutaka Sato, MasahiroMuraguchi, and Hiroyuki Kokawa).

Friction Stir Welding of X-65 Steel (Tracy Nelson, SterlingAnderson, and David J. Segrera).

Tool Mushrooming in Friction Stir Welding of L80 Steel (WeiGan, Tim Li, and Shuchi Khurana).

Properties and Structure of Friction Stir Welded Alloy 718(Carl D. Sorensen, Ben Nelson, and Sam Sanderson).

Microstructural Evolution in Ti 5-1-1-1 Friction Stir Welds(Richard Fonda, Keith E. Knipling, C. R. Feng, and D.W.Moon).

Effects of Friction Stir Welding on the Coefficient of ThermalExpansion of Invar 36 (Bharat Jasthi, Stanley Howard, CaseyAllen, and William Arbegast).

Session V.

Study of Plunge Motion during Friction Stir Spot WeldingTemperature and Flow Pattern (Harsha Badarinarayan, Frank Hunt,Kazutaka Okamoto, and Shigeki Hirasawa).

Spot Friction Welding of Thin AZ31 Magnesium Alloy (Tsung-YuPan, Michael L. Santella, P.K. Mallick, and AlanFrederick).

The Effect of Surface Treatments on the Faying Surface ofFriction Stir Spot Welds (Bryan Tweedy, Christian Widener, andDwight Burford).

Friction Stir Spot Welding of 6016 Aluminum Alloy (RajivMishra, S. Webb, Timothy Freeney, Y.L. Chen, X.Q. Gayden, GlennGrant, and Darrell Herling).

Preliminary Study of Material Flow in Friction Stir Spot WeldingUsing Different Marker Materials (Karim Muci-Kuchler, SindhuraKalagara, and William J. Arbegast).

Screening for Process Variable Sensitivity in Refill SpotWelding of 6061 Aluminum Sheet (Clark Oberembt, Casey Allen,William Arbegast, and Anil Patnaik).

Numerical Simulation of a Refill Friction Stir Spot WeldingProcess (Sindhura Kalagara, and Karim Muci-Kuchler).

Effect of Heat Treatment on Microstructure, MechanicalProperties and Composition Variation across the Interface for FSW6061 Al Alloy Weldments (Karanam Bhanumurthy, Nitin Kumbhar, andB. P. Sharma).

Investigation of Laser Deposition of High Temperature RefractoryPin Tools for Friction Stir Welding (Bharat Jasthi, Aaron C.Costello, William Arbegast, and Stanley Howard).

Liquid Metal Embrittlement of MP-159 Pin Tools (CharlesStanden, Bharat Jasthi, Dana Medlin, and William Arbegast).

Session VI.

Stir Zone Temperatures during Friction Stir Processing (TerryMcNelley, Keiichiro Oh-ishi, Alexander P. Zhilyaev, SrinivasanSwaminathan, Christian B. Fuller, Blair London, and Murray W.Mahoney).

Friction Stir Processing of D2 Tool Steel for Enhanced BladePerformance (Carl D. Sorensen, Tracy Nelson, Scott M. Packer,and Charles Allen).

The Relationship between Friction Stir Process Parameters andMicrostructure of Investment Cast Ti-6Al-4V (Adam Pilchak, Z.Tim Li, James J Fisher, Anthony P. Reynolds, Mary Juhas, and JamesWilliams).

Friction Stir Processing of a Cast WE43 Magnesium Alloy(Timothy Freeney, Rajiv Mishra, Glenn Grant, and RaviVerma).

Friction Stir Microstructural Modification of Investment CastF357 (S. Jana, Rajiv Mishra, H. N. Chou, and DarrellHerling).

Corrosion in Friction Stir Welded Dissimilar Aluminum AlloyJoints of 2024 and 7075 (Christian Widener, Dwight Burford,Jorge E. Talia, and Bryan Tweedy).

Investigation to Restore the Exfoliation Resistance of FrictionStir Welded Aluminum Alloy 2024 (Christian Widener, DwightBurford, Jorge E. Talia, and Bryan Tweedy).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

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