Composite Fabrication on Age-Hardened Alloy using Friction Stir Processing
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This up-to-date reference text discusses the fabrication technique to determine high specific strength of alloys including age-hardened aluminum alloys for several industrial applications.
The text presents an exhaustive overview of the materials used in aircraft construction in general and age-hardened aluminum alloys in particular. The text discusses important concepts including surface fabrication using friction stir processing, friction stir processing tools, the effect of reinforcement particles and surface fabrication on age-hardened aluminum alloys. The text will facilitate the readers to avoid conditions which lead to a net negative impact on the resulting composites and selects the once which lead to a net gain. It will enable the readers, researchers, and professionals to plan and practice composite fabrication via friction stir processing (FSP) with a benefit of net strengthening.
The text will serve as an ideal reference for graduate students and academic researchers in the field of mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, and materials science. It will also be helpful to the professionals working in the aviation and manufacturing industries.
The understanding of specific strength of materials used in applications including aerial vehicles and manufacturing is important. The proposed text highlights importance of age-hardened alloy as one of the materials used for diverse applications. It discusses strengthening strategies of existing age-hardened aluminum alloys through composite fabrication via a solid-state friction stir processing (FSP) route. The text will help students and professionals working in the field of manufacturing, materials science and aerospace engineering.
The text discusses an important aspect of strengthening age-hardened alloy using solid-state friction stir processing for diverse applications in industries including manufacturing and aviation. It will serve as an ideal reference for graduate students, academic researchers, and professionals in the field of mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, and materials science.
Table of Contents
1 Introduction 1.1 Aircraft Manufacturing Outlook 1.2 Aircraft Structure 1.3 Materials for Aviation, Space and Aerospace 1.4 Aluminum Alloys for Airframe Structure 1.5 Bulk and Surface AMMC for Airframe Applications 1.6 Surface Composite (SC) Fabrication via FSP 1.6.1 Stages Involved 1.6.2 FSP in SC fabrication 1.6.3 FSP Parameters 2 State of the Art 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Overview on SCs Fabrication through Traditional Methods 2.3 Overview on SCs Fabrication through FSP 2.3.1 In-Situ Route 2.3.2 Ex-Situ Route 2.4 Strategies for Pre-placement of Reinforcement Particles 2.5 FSP Tool 2.5.1 Effect of Tool Material 2.5.2 Effect of Tool Profile 2.6 Effect of Reinforcement Particles 2.7 SCs fabrication on Age-hardened Al Alloys 3 Aspects and Challenges of SC fabrication on AA7050 alloy 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Strengthening in 7050 alloy 3.3 Thermal Treatments 3.4 Fabrication of Surface Composites 3.5 Microstructural changes in 7050 Al Alloy during Friction Stir (FS) 3.6 Temperature evolution during FS on 7050 Al alloy Chapter-4 Case Study for SC fabrication on AA7050 Alloy through FSP 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Microstructural Characterization 4.3 Categorization and Analysis of Particle Distribution 4.4 Temperature Evolution in HAZ 4.5 Evolution of In-process Traverse Force 4.6 Ultimate Tensile Strength and Percent Elongation 4.7 Fractography 4.8 MACRO Analysis 4.9 Tribological Performance 4.10 Concluding Summary Chapter-5 Future directions 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Metallic Systems for High Specific Strength Applications 5.3 Composite Materials 5.4 Laminated Composite Materials 5.5 Fiber Metal Laminates 5.6 Concluding summary
"Namrata Gangil is working as an assistant professor in the department of mechanical engineering, Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad, India. She has over eight years of teaching and research experience at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has published several high impact SCI research articles in esteemed journals. Her research areas include welding, friction stir welding, friction stir processing, and material-structure-property correlation. Arshad Noor Siddiquee is a professor in the department of mechanical engineering at Jamia Millia Islamia (A Central University), New Delhi, India. His major research interest includes frictions stir welding, friction stir processing, material technology, welding engineering, and machining. He has published more than 145 articles in reputed journals. He has also co-authored five books/monographs and has patents to his credit. Sachin Maheshwari is a professor in the division of manufacturing processes and automation engineering at the Netaji Subhas University of Technology, New Delhi, India. His major research interest includes welding fluxes, frictions stir welding, friction stir processing, materials-structure-property correlation, and welding engineering. He has a number of research articles on promising areas in reputed journals and several patents many of which have been commercialized too. "