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Evaluation of Mechanical Behavior of AA6063 and AA2024 Dissimilar Aluminum Alloys by Friction Stir Welding Process

Varunraj Sada Sivam, Ruban Murugesan and Pugazhenthi Rajagopal

Abstract

Friction stir welding (FSW) is based on a system of frictional heating and permanent deformation under molten heat of the materials. In this paper aims to improve the potential behavior of welding for different aluminum alloys of AA6063 and AA2024 were welded through FSW process. The speed, tool rate, and axial force were analyzed on hardness value of the welded joint. The results significantly show that all weld execute through threaded tool and obtained highest tensile strength value 57.7 N/mm2 at second test plate. The optimum combination to obtain maximum tensile strength speed 900 rpm, tool-TR-25 mm/min and axial 10 kN. The maximum hardness results are obtained 63 HRB at speed 1000 rpm, tool-TR 20 mm/min, and axial 8 kN.

Published on: October 18, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s3-088
Citation: Sada Sivam V, Murugesan R, Rajagopal P. 2023. Evaluation of Mechanical Behavior of AA6063 and AA2024 Dissimilar Aluminum Alloys by Friction Stir Welding Process. NanoWorld J 9(S3): S482-S485.

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