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Optimization of Friction Stir Spot Welding Parameters of Lap Joint between AA1100 Aluminum Alloy and SGACD Zinc-coated Steel
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Optimization of Friction Stir Spot Welding Parameters of Lap Joint between AA1100 Aluminum Alloy and SGACD Zinc-coated Steel
Triwanapong, Surat; Kaewwichit, Jesada; Roybang, Waraporn; Kimapong, Kittipong;
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 Abstract
This article aims to apply a friction stir spot welding for producing a lap joint of AA1100 aluminum alloy and SGACD zinc coated steel. The experiment was designed by MINITAB and then investigated the relation among the friction spot joint parameters. The experimental results are as follows. The friction spot joining could successively produce the lap joint of AA1100 aluminum alloy and SGACD zinc coated steel. Interaction between the rotate speed, the hold time and the tool insert speed affected to vary the tensile shear strength of the lap joint. The prediction of the optimized welding parameters that indicated the tensile shear strength of 1966 N was the rotated speed of 4000 rpm, the pin hold time of 6 sec, the pin insert rate of 6 mm/min with the S/N ratio of 66.56 that was higher than that of the total mean S/N ratio. The practical experiment of the predicted welding parameters indicated the tensile shear strength of 2165 N and had the S/N ratio of 66.70 that was higher than the predicted tensile shear strength.
 Keywords
friction stir spot welding;lap joint;aluminum;steel;
 Language
English
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