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05-12-2016 | Issue 4/2016

Advances in Manufacturing 4/2016

A comparison between friction stir welding, linear friction welding and rotary friction welding

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Advances in Manufacturing > Issue 4/2016
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Achilles Vairis, George Papazafeiropoulos, Andreas-Marios Tsainis

Abstract

Three friction welding processes are compared for temperature, stresses and strains, as well as strain rates developed in the early phases of the processes, which are essential in their successful development. These are friction stir welding (FSW), linear friction welding (LFW) and rotary friction welding (RFW). Their common characteristic is the use of friction to generate adequate energy and raise temperature locally in order to create favorable conditions for welding at the interface between two parts. Although the mode of movement is different for each one of them, welds are produced through plastic deformation. The Lagrangian and coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian numerical models developed have produced results which are in qualitative agreement with experiments and have shed a light on the commonalities of these friction welding processes.

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