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Title: Tensile behaviour of AA 5052-AA 6063 lap joints through friction stir spot welding process
Authors: Srinivas, J
Keywords: Tensile behaviour
AA 5052
AA 6063
Friction stir spot welding
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Citation: 32nd National Convention of Metallurgical & Materials Engineers (NCMME 2019), Jamshedpur, India, 18-19 January 2019
Abstract: Currently, for assembling aluminum alloy parts, resistance spot welding, riveting and laser spot welding are employed intensively. All these conventional processes have disadvantages such as poor weld strength, large heat residual stress and distortion, tool consumption during joining and formation of different defects. In the recent years, the new spot welding process was developed called friction stir spot welding (FSSW). Friction stir spot welding (FSSW) is a modification of the friction stir welding (FSW) process that can effectively replace the resistance spot welding technique used in the automotive industry. FSSW exhibits several advantages in welding dissimilar materials.
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