Parametric Optimization of Friction Welding of Aluminum Alloy 6351 and Steel 304

Prashant R. Shinde and A. D. Diwate
Volume 1: Issue 1, August 2020, pp 23-39


Author's Information
Prashant R. Shinde1 
Corresponding Author
1ME Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, JSPM NTC Pune, Maharashtra, India.
shraddha96bugade@gmail.com

A. D. Diwate2
2Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, TSSM BSCOER Pune, Maharashtra, India.

Research Article -- Peer Reviewed
Published online – 14 Aug 2020

Open Access article under Creative Commons License

Cite this article – Prashant R. Shinde and A. D. Diwate, “Parametric Optimization of Friction Welding of Aluminum Alloy 6351 and Steel 304”, ”, Journal of Production and Industrial Engineering, RAME Publishers, vol. 1, issue 1, pp. 23-39, August 2020.
https://doi.org/10.26706/jpie.1.1.20200609


Abstract:-
In friction welding, the joints are formed in the solid-state by utilizing the heat generated by friction. The aim of this investigation is getting friction weld component of Aluminum 6351, steel 304 and enhancing the friction welding parameters so as to build up the weld quality. This paper examines the use of the Taguchi experiment design strategy for augmenting tensile strength of friction welding Al (6351) and steel 304. A symmetrical exhibit of L9 was; Using ANOVA and signal to noise ratio of critical analysis, the impact of the rigidity of friction welding process boundary (Rotational speed, forging force, time) is assessed and ideal welding condition for maximizing tensile strength is resolved and furthermore NDT (Radiography test) testing to gauge the progression of the weld joint.
Index Terms:-
Friction Welding, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Tensile Strength, Optimization by Taguchi methodology, ANOVA
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