Advances in Friction-Stir Welding and Processing.pdf
Friction-stir welding (FSW) is a solid-state joining process primarily used on aluminium, and is also widely used for joining dissimilar metals such as aluminium, magnesium, copper and ferrous alloys. Recently, a friction-stir processing (FSP) technique based on FSW has been used for microstructural modifications, the homogenized and refined microstructure along with the reduced porosity resulting in improved mechanical properties. Advances in friction-stir welding and processing deals with the processes involved in different metals and polymers, including their microstructural and mechanical properties, wear and corrosion behaviour, heat flow, and simulation. The book is structured into ten chapters, covering applications of the technology; tool and welding design; material and heat flow; microstructural evolution; mechanical properties; corrosion behaviour and wear properties. Later chapters cover mechanical alloying and FSP as a welding and casting repair technique; optimization and simulation of artificial neural networks; and FSW and FSP of polymers.
Mohammad-Kazem Besharati-Givi is an associate professor at University of Tehran, School of Mechanical Engineering. He received his PhD degree from the University of Leeds in 1990. He is an expert in metal forming and welding, particularly FSW/FSP, and has published more than 50 ISI papers in the field of FSW/FSP. Parviz Asadi is a PhD student at University of Tehran, School of Mechanical Engineering. He was selected as the best student researcher at the University of Tehran in 2010 and has published 15 ISI papers in the field of FSW/FSP.
Applications; Material and heat flow; Microstructural evolution; Mechanical properties; Corrosion behaviour, wear properties; Mechanical alloying by FSP, FSP as a welding and casting repair technique, welding forces; Artificial neural network, optimization and simulation; FSW and FSP of polymers.