Peak stir zone temperatures during Friction Stir Processing
Zhilyaev, Alexander P.
Fuller, Christian B.
Mahoney, Murray W.
McNelley, Terry R.
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The stir zone (SZ) temperature cycle was measured during the friction stir processing (FSP) of NiAl bronze plates. The FSP was conducted using a tool design with a smooth concave shoulder and a 12.7-mm step-spiral pin. Temperature sensing was accomplished using sheathed ther- mocouples embedded in the tool path within the plates, while simultaneous optical pyrometry measurements of surface temperatures were also obtained. Peak SZ temperatures were 990 !C to 1015 !C (0.90 to 0.97 TMelt) and were not aﬀected by preheating to 400 !C, although the dwell time above 900 !C was increased by the preheating. Thermocouple data suggested little varia- tion in peak temperature across the SZ, although thermocouples initially located on the advancing sides and at the centerlines of the tool traverses were displaced to the retreating sides, precluding direct assessment of the temperature variation across the SZ. Microstructure-based estimates of local peak SZ temperatures have been made on these and on other similarly processed materials. Altogether, the peak-temperature determinations from these diﬀerent measurement techniques are in close agreement.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11661-009-0140-7
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