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    제목(영문) Investigating the Efficiency of Secondary Aging and Burnishing Process in Friction Stir Welded AI-7075-T6 Material
    저자 - (Fikret Sonmez ,Karsiyaka Tupras Vocational and Technical High School ) ▷공저자네트워크등록하기
    - (Hudayim Basak ,Faculty of Technology, Department of Industrial Design Engineering, Gazi University ) ▷공저자네트워크등록하기
    - (Ahmet Gilral ,Faculty of Technology, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Gazi University ) ▷공저자네트워크등록하기
    - (Sehmus Baday ,Faculty of Technology, Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Batman University ) ▷공저자네트워크등록하기
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    Jn this study, firstly all of Al-7075-T6 alloys were joined by the friction stir welding (FSW) method then the samples were divided into
    four groups. First group of samples were used directly. The second group of samples was burnished Third group of samples were
    aged and the last group of samples was subjected to both re-aging and burnishing process. It was compared the tensile and bending
    strengths of all prepared specimens. After the FSW process, only the second aging process increased the tensile strength. There is no
    effect on the tensile strength of the burnishing process. The bending strength has improved only the re-aging process without
    burnishing operation or only burnishing without the second aging process. In the friction stir welded Al-7075-T6 materials, it was
    concluded not to have a significant effect on the mechanical properties of the burnishing process. However, the hardness values of
    the materials were increased by both the re-aging and the burnishing process.

    keyword Friction stir welding, T6 heat treatment, Re-aging, Burnishing, Tensile and bending strength
    저널명 International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing ▷관련저널보기
    VOL 19
    PAGE 1515
    발표년도 2018
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