TITLE

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF PARAMETERS AFFECTING THE HEAT GENERATION IN FRICTION STIR WELDING PROCESS

AUTHOR(S)
MIJAJLOVIĆ, Miroslav M.; PAVLOVIĆ, Nenad T.; JOVANOVIĆ, Slobodan V.; JOVANOVIĆ, Dragan S.; MILČIĆ, Miodrag D.
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Thermal Science;2012, Vol. 16 Issue Supp 2, pS351
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Heat generation is a complex process of transformation of a specific type of energy into heat. During friction stir welding, one part of mechanical energy delivered to the welding tool is consumed in the welding process, another is used for deformational processes etc., and the rest of the energy is transformed into heat. The analytical procedure for the estimation of heat generated during friction stir welding is very complex because it includes a significant number of variables and parameters, and many of them cannot be fully mathematically explained. Because of that, the analytical model for the estimation of heat generated during friction stir welding defines variables and parameters that dominantly affect heat generation. These parameters are numerous and some of them, e. g. loads, friction coefficient, torque, temperature, are estimated experimentally. Due to the complex geometry of the friction stir welding process and requirements of the measuring equipment, adequate measuring configurations and specific constructional solutions that provide adequate measuring positions are necessary. This paper gives an overview of the process of heat generation during friction stir welding, the most influencing parameters on heat generation, constructional solutions for the measuring equipment needed for these experimental researches and examples of measured values.
ACCESSION #
87613664

 

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