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Evaluation of Tensile Behaviour of AA6082 Friction Stir Welded Joints


Er. Naveen Saini , yamuna institute of engineering and technology; Er. Sushil Kumar Sharma, Yamuna Institute of Engineering and Technology


Friction stir welding, Aluminum alloy, Taguchi, full factorial, Tensile strength


Friction stir welding joints are used to join aluminium alloys commonly in present industry. Use of aluminium was increased due to its high tensile strength to weight ratio. This article focuses the evaluation for tensile strength of friction stir welded joints of AA 6082 using full factorial design matrix. Tensile behaviour is an important factor to judge a welded joint in industry. Full factorial is used to get the best combination of parameters for higher tensile strength. Optimized combination of parameters are trying to be found using welding parameters i.e. rotational speed (1000-4000 rpm), travel speed (10-40 mm/min) and tool pin length (4-5mm). Results show that with higher rpm, lower travel speed and higher ping length gives the better results.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I70348
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 01/10/2015
Page(s): 818-821

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