Friction Stir Welding of ISO 3183 X 80 M ( API 5 L X 80 ) joints

@inproceedings{SantosFrictionSW,
  title={Friction Stir Welding of ISO 3183 X 80 M ( API 5 L X 80 ) joints},
  author={Tiago F. A. Santos and Davi Munhoz Benati and T. F. C. Hermenegildo and Conrado Moreira Afonso and Ricardo Reppold Marinho and P. M.T. and Paes and Antonio Jos{\'e} Mu{\~n}oz Ram{\'i}rez}
}
Friction Stir Welding is a solid-state joining process with numerous advantages as good dimensional stability and repeatability. 12 mm thick plates of ISO 3183 X80M steel were friction stir welded towards to obtain different heat inputs. Microhardness tests revealed that joints produced with lower spindle speeds showed lower hardness. The bend tests results revealed no cracks. All the tensile tests samples broke at the base metal, indicating the joint region higher strength, when compared to… CONTINUE READING

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