welded magnesium alloy Ended Co-supervisor MSc Nur Fakhriah Binti Mohd Noordin Study of dissimilar aluminium alloy AA6061 and AA7075 by fusion welding Ended Co-supervisor Research Grants Title Type of Grant Role Amount (RM) Status
Influence of laser processing parameters on microstructure and corrosion kinetics of laser-treated ZE41 magnesium alloy PC Banerjee, RKS Raman, Y Durandet, G McAdam Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 44 (5), 2346-2357 , 2013
Citations 2017 Journal Papers: Guang, Y., Ma, J., Wang, H-P, Carlson, B., and Kovacevic, R., “Studying the Effect of Lubricant on Laser Joining of AA 6111 Panels
In this study, the effect of heat input on the mechanical properties and fracture behaviors of AZ61 magnesium alloy joints has been studied. Magnesium alloy AZ61 plates with thickness of 5 mm were welded at different ratios of tool rotational speed to welding
In this article, we report the results of experimental studies on the impact of ball burnishing parameters on the roughness, microstructure and microhardness of the surface layer of laser-cut C45 steel parts. We also analysed the distribution of residual stresses generated in the surface layer of these parts. Laser-cut parts often require finishing to improve the quality of their surface. The
Abstract The aim of this Special Issue is to present the latest theoretical and experimental achievements concerning the mechanisms of microstructural change in metallic materials subject to different processing methods, and their effect on mechanical properties. It
A common engineering magnesium alloy is the AM50 alloy (Mg + 4.4 - 5.5 wt% Al and 0.26 - 0.6 wt% Mn, according to ISO 16220(00)). The advantages of AM50 compared with most other magnesium alloys are its higher strength, higher hardness, high elongation and excellent castability, which makes it a good candidate for light weight structures .
The parent alloy, WNZ, and HAZ exhibited similar corrosion potentials (E corr) after T6 heat treatment. This treatment had a better effect on the corrosion resistance of the welded regions than the parent alloy. Keywords: friction stir lap welding, aluminum
 Cen Y.C, Nakata K., Friction stir lap joining aluminum and magnesium alloys, Scripta materialia 58(2008) 433-436.  Salari E., Khodabandeh A., Friction stir lap welding of 5456 aluminum alloy with different sheet thickness: process optimization and
Abstract: Magnesium alloy is the lightest metal engineering structural material. Steel is still the most widely used metal material at present. The structural parts formed by magnesium alloy and steel can give full play to the advantages of the material and have broad appliion prospects in aerospace, automotive and other fields.
Friction stir processing (FSP) can be used to develop a surface composite. In the current research, a modified method of FSP, entitled friction stir vibration processing (FSVP) was applied to develop a surface composite on AZ91 magnesium alloy. In this method, the
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(2019) Magnesium Alloy Effects on Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation Electro-Ceramic and Electro-Coat Formation and Corrosion Resistance. Journal of The Electrochemical Society 166:14, C492-C508. Online publiion date: 1-Oct-2019.
Magnesium alloy one of the major raw material used in these industries due to its light weight, good thermal conductivity etc. Also Friction stir welding is the joining process that is being used in these industries as it is a solid state joining process.
Naik B S, Chen D L, Cao X, et al.Texture development in a friction stir lap-welded AZ31B magnesium alloy[J]. Metall. Mater. Trans., 2014, 45A: 4333  Naik B S, Cao X J, Wanjara P, et al.Residual stresses and tensile properties of friction stir welded AZ31B
Friction Stir Welding of AZ31B Magnesium Alloy with 6061‐T6 Aluminum Alloy: Influence of Processing Parameters on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties (Pages: 259-266) B. Mansoor A. Dorbane G. Ayoub A. Imad
One of the most familiar types of corrosion is ferrous oxide (rust), resulting from atmospheric oxidation of steel surfaces. Rust first appears on bolt heads, hold-down nuts, or other unprotected aircraft hardware. Inspection, damage assessment and rust removal from structural components, mechanical and chemical removal of iron rust, approved methods for converting active rust to phosphates
11/1/2019· The initial material employed in this work was AZ61Ce alloy casting slab with the thickness of 100 mm produced by Yingkou Yinhe Magnesium Alloy Co. Ltd (China) using semi-continuous casting method. The slab was heat-treated at 673 K for 12 h, and then subjected to multi-pass reversible rolling at a hot rolling temperature of 673 K to obtain an AZ61Ce rolled sheet with a thickness of 3.5 mm.
Khodabakhshi F, Simchi A, Kokabi AH, Gerlich AP, Nosko M. 2015b.Effects of stored strain energy on restoration mechanisms and texture components in an aluminum–magnesium alloy prepared by friction stir processing. Mater. Sci. Eng. A, 642: 204-214 Crossref, Google Scholar.
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When a friction stir weld tool penetrates the interface of two workpieces of dissimilar metal alloy materials, the resultant weld of the different alloy materials may produce a weak weld joint. Such weak joints are often experienced, for example, when attempting to form spot welds or other friction stir welds between a magnesium alloy sheet or strip and an aluminum alloy sheet or strip.
Naik, BS, Chen, DL, Cao, X, et al. Microstructure and fatigue properties of a friction stir lap welded magnesium alloy. Metall Mater Trans A Phys Metall Mater Sci 2013; 44: 3732 – 3746. Google Scholar | …
2014; 17(3) Corrosion Behavior of Friction Stir Welded Lap Joints of AA6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy 673 spectroscopy (EIS), stress corrosion cracking (SCC) tests, and cyclic spray tests 8-19.Accordingly, the corrosion behavior of the FSW in different aluminum alloys
Enhanced mechanical properties of tungsten inert gas welded AZ31 magnesium alloy joint using two-pass friction stir processing with rapid cooling. In: Proceedings of the11th International Friction Stir Welding Symposium, CD-ROM, Caridge, U.K. 2016.5.17-2016.5.20.
Harooni M, Fanrong Kong, Blair E Carlson, Radovan Kovacevic (2014) Pore formation mechanism and its mitigation in laser welding of AZ31B magnesium alloy in lap joint configuration. Materials and Design 58: 265-276. Zhu J, L Li, Z Liu (2005) CO2 and diode
"Processing of AZ31 magnesium alloy by a new noble severe plastic deformation method." MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING 528, no. 3 (2011): 1339-1334.
An adhesive bonding process for making vehicle structures wherein a surface portion of an aluminum alloy body is anodized in an aqueous solution of hypophosphorous acid (H 3 PO 2 ) to form an anodic oxide coating. A layer of adhesive is applied onto the surface