DOI: 10.55524/ijirem.2023.10.6.12 | DOI URL: https://doi.org/10.55524/ijirem.2023.10.6.12
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Zakir Maqbool Bhat , Dr Sachin Saini, Er. Deepak Kumar
Friction welding offers a number of benefits over conventional techniques by using the force of friction to successfully fuse metals. The study's main objective is to identify regions with unrealized potential and investigate current trends in friction welding. These advantages include improved tensile strength, refined grain hardness, and superior metallurgical characteristics compared to the original metal. The specific goal of the research is to provide light on areas that have not yet reached their maximum potential. This study collects and examines friction welding anecdotes with an emphasis on welding settings, testing procedures, and the materials used in the welding process. By examining these important areas in detail, the study delves into the subtleties of friction welding. It is clear that rotational speed is an important and crucial factor. Heat input and stress analysis using sophisticated techniques, however, are still neglected. This assessment suggests recommendations for the manufacturing sector, emphasizing potential benefits for industrial applications in the future. The results highlight the necessity of doing additional research and applying heat input and stress analysis to friction welding procedures in order to improve manufacturing efficiency and results. In this work, an attempt has been made to weld the stainless steel SS202 and aluminium alloy AA6063 using the method of friction welding under the various welding parameters, yielding a sound welded connection with an 83% joint efficiency.
Research Scholar, RIMT University, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab, India
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