Comparative Analysis of the Mechanical Properties of the Friction Stir Welding Joints of Various Aluminum Alloys
The technological features of friction stir welding of the most widely used aluminum alloys, namely, Al–Si, Al–Mg, and Al–Mg–Mn, are considered and generalized. The structure and the mechanical properties of the welded joints of these alloys are analyzed.
Keywords:friction stir welding joint aluminum alloys mechanical properties microstructure microhardness
This work was performed in terms of the federal program Research and Development in the Priority Fields of the Russian Scientific and Technological Complex in 2014–2020 (project no. RFMEFI57517X0155).
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