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Optimal Welding Design for FSW Based on Micro Strength by MSP Test
Yang, Sungmo; Kang, HeeYong; Jeong, Byeongho; Yu, Hyosun; Son, Indeok; Choi, Seungjun;
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 Abstract
The usage of Friction Stir Welding(FSW) technology has been increasing in order to reduce the weight in automobile industries. Previous studies that investigated on the FSW have focused on the aluminum alloy. In this study, Al6061-T6 alloy plates having 5 mm of thickness were welded under nine different conditions from three tool rotation speeds: 900, 1000 and 1100 rpm, and three feed rates: 270, 300 and 330 mm/min. Specimen size of Micro Shear Punch(MSP) test was . The mechanical properties were evaluated by MSP test and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The specimens were classified by advancing side(AS), retreating side(RS), and center(C) of width of tool shoulder. The optimal welding condition of FSW based on micro strengh was obtained when the tool rotation speed was 1100 rpm and the feed rate was 300 mm/min. The maximum load measured AS, RS, and C in the weldment was measured 554.7 N, 642.9 N, and 579.2 N, respectively.
 Keywords
Friction stir welding;Tool rotation speed;Feed rate;Micro shear punch test;ANOVA;Optimal welding;Micro strength;
 Language
Korean
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