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Characterization of Bending Behavior of Welded Joint


Bhagyashree Prabhakar Ingale , NBN Sinhgad school of engineering,ambegaon(Bk); S .M. Jadhav, NBN,sinhgad school of engineering,ambegaon(Bk),pune


Bending Test, FEA, Aluminum Alloy 5052, Welding


In the use of aluminum alloys to structural applications, one challenge should be succeed may be that those diminishment about mechanical properties about welded joints as contrasted with parent material. In specific cases, the use of such composites is limited by a low quality in the warmth influenced zone (HAZ) because of softening reaction happening during welding, which have a tendency to reduce the general load-bearing limit of the component. Keeping in mind the end goal to use the properties of aluminum composites completely, a superior comprehension of the quality and malleability of welded joints is required. Proper modelling tools and concepts are required to meet the industrial need for rapid development and low cost of new products. In this paper bending behavior of on welded and virgin aluminum alloy 5052 plate subjected to static bending load is investigated and compared .The bending of aluminum plate is conducted using three point bend test experimentally and the validation is done on nonlinear finite element analysis. The experimentation done for destructive testing on Universal Testing Machine and static finite element analysis was performed. The experimental work includes tensile test,3 point bending test, TIG welding of aluminum plate .The finite element analysis and experimental results are compared.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I50059
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2017
Page(s): 100-105

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