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Effect of Distinct Parameters on the Mechanical Properties of Solid-State Processed AA-2014

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 5843-5848

Keywords : Al Alloy 20214; Cryogenic Cooling; Mechanical Properties; Solid State Welding;

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Solid state welding (FSW-Friction stir welding) is a new practice employed to join dis-similar and similar Aluminum alloys. FSW is a solid state joining process. Selection of materials and design have a profound impact on tool efficiency, weld quality and cost. Aluminum alloys with high resistance are commonly used in the aviation and marine industries. Mechanical properties of welded aluminum joints with fusion are usually weak. As friction stir welding occurs in solid state, no solidification structures are created eliminating the common fusion welding of high strength aluminum alloys in the brittle and eutectic phase.In this current paper a study has been carried out the effect of different parameters which affect on the mechanical properties of 2014 Al alloys processed by solid state processing technique which make the material suitable for various engineering applications. The parameters which shown maximum affects on the Aluminum alloy 2014 are considered as tool geometry, rotational speed, rapid cooling, cryogenic cooling, and formation of fine grain structure. By considering these parameters various mechanical properties are studied and analysed.

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