Magnesium is a metal which is widely used because of its light weight and high specific strength. But there are some problems associated with magnesium and its alloys when they are welded using traditional welding techniques like oxidation, distortion etc. So, Friction Stir welding (FSW) is being applied to weld magnesium and its alloys. So, study is being carried out to join magnesium alloy AZ31 using FSW on vertical milling machine. High carbon steel cylindrical tool was used to make butt joints of thin plates of magnesium alloy. FSW parameters such as speed of tool and welding speed were varied to see their impact on ultimate strength and yield strength of the welded joints. Hardness testing was done using charpy test.
Friction Stir Welding (FSW), Welding Speed, Tensile Strength, Yield Strength, Hardness
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