Friction Stir Superplasticity for Unitized Structures

This book describes the fundamentals and potential applications of ‘friction stir superplasticity for unitized structures’. Conventional superplastic forming of sheets is limited to the thickness of 3 mm because the fine grained starting material is produced by rolling. Friction stir superplasticity has grown rapidly in the last decade because of the effectiveness of microstructural refinement. The thickness of the material remains almost constant, and that allows for forming of thick sheets/plates, which was not possible before. The field has reached a point where designers have opportunities to expand the extent of unitized structures, which are structures in which the traditional primary part and any supporting structures are fabricated as a single unit. With advanced optimization and material considerations, this class of structures can be lighter weight and more efficient, making them less costly, as well as mechanically less complex, reducing areas of possible failure. Discusses how friction stir processing allows selective microstructural refinement without thickness change Demonstrates how higher thickness sheets and plates can be superplastically formed Examples are presented for aluminum, magnesium and titanium alloys Covers the production of low-cost unitized structures by selectively processing cast sheets/plates

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  • Author : Zongyi Ma
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Pages : 108 pages
  • ISBN : 0124200133
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Friction Stir Superplasticity for Unitized Structures

Friction Stir Superplasticity for Unitized Structures
  • Author : Zongyi Ma,Rajiv S. Mishra
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 27 May 2014
GET THIS BOOKFriction Stir Superplasticity for Unitized Structures

This book describes the fundamentals and potential applications of ‘friction stir superplasticity for unitized structures’. Conventional superplastic forming of sheets is limited to the thickness of 3 mm because the fine grained starting material is produced by rolling. Friction stir superplasticity has grown rapidly in the last decade because of the effectiveness of microstructural refinement. The thickness of the material remains almost constant, and that allows for forming of thick sheets/plates, which was not possible before. The field has reached

Friction Stir Welding and Processing

Friction Stir Welding and Processing
  • Author : Rajiv Sharan Mishra,Partha Sarathi De,Nilesh Kumar
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 04 August 2014
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This book lays out the fundamentals of friction stir welding and processing and builds toward practical perspectives. The authors describe the links between the thermo-mechanical aspects and the microstructural evolution and use of these for the development of the friction stir process as a broader metallurgical tool for microstructural modification and manufacturing. The fundamentals behind the practical aspects of tool design, process parameter selection and weld related defects are discussed. Local microstructural refinement has enabled new concepts of superplastic forming

Manufacturing Technology for Aerospace Structural Materials

Manufacturing Technology for Aerospace Structural Materials
  • Author : Flake C Campbell Jr
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 August 2011
GET THIS BOOKManufacturing Technology for Aerospace Structural Materials

The rapidly-expanding aerospace industry is a prime developer and user of advanced metallic and composite materials in its many products. This book concentrates on the manufacturing technology necessary to fabricate and assemble these materials into useful and effective structural components. Detailed chapters are dedicated to each key metal or alloy used in the industry, including aluminum, magnesium, beryllium, titanium, high strength steels, and superalloys. In addition the book deals with composites, adhesive bonding and presents the essentials of structural assembly.

Metallurgy and Design of Alloys with Hierarchical Microstructures

Metallurgy and Design of Alloys with Hierarchical Microstructures
  • Author : Krishnan K. Sankaran,Rajiv S. Mishra
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 14 June 2017
GET THIS BOOKMetallurgy and Design of Alloys with Hierarchical Microstructures

Metallurgy and Design of Alloys with Hierarchical Microstructures covers the fundamentals of processing-microstructure-property relationships and how multiple properties are balanced and optimized in materials with hierarchical microstructures widely used in critical applications. The discussion is based principally on metallic materials used in aircraft structures; however, because they have sufficiently diverse microstructures, the underlying principles can easily be extended to other materials systems. With the increasing microstructural complexity of structural materials, it is important for students, academic researchers and practicing engineers

Fundamentals of Creep in Metals and Alloys

Fundamentals of Creep in Metals and Alloys
  • Author : Michael E. Kassner
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 27 November 2008
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Creep refers to the slow, permanent deformation of materials under external loads, or stresses. It explains the creep strength or resistance to this extension. This book is for experts in the field of strength of metals, alloys and ceramics. It explains creep behavior at the atomic or “dislocation defect level. This book has many illustrations and many references. The figure formats are uniform and consistently labeled for increased readability. This book is the second edition that updates and improves the

Fundamentals of Technology Project Management

Fundamentals of Technology Project Management
  • Author : Colleen Garton,Erika McCulloch
  • Publisher : Mc PressLlc
  • Release : 07 March 2021
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Successful project management is increasingly vital to all organizations, driven by the demands of global competition, rapid technological growth, and faster time to market (just to name a few). For those in technology fields, project management skills are fast becoming a required core competency. And those who have mastered these skills continue to be in high demand worldwide, commanding higher salaries than those around them. But how does one extend those skills or acquire them in the first place? Fundamentals

Structural Composite Materials

Structural Composite Materials
  • Author : F. C. Campbell
  • Publisher : ASM International
  • Release : 07 March 2021
GET THIS BOOKStructural Composite Materials

This book deals with all aspects of advanced composite materials; what they are, where they are used, how they are made, their properties, how they are designed and analyzed, and how they perform in-service. It covers both continuous and discontinuous fiber composites fabricated from polymer, metal, and ceramic matrices, with an emphasis on continuous fiber polymer matrix composites.

Fatigue in Friction Stir Welding

Fatigue in Friction Stir Welding
  • Author : J. Brian Jordon,Robert Amaro,Paul Allison,Harish Rao
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 27 February 2019
GET THIS BOOKFatigue in Friction Stir Welding

Fatigue in Friction Stir Welding provides knowledge on how to design and fabricate high performance, fatigue resistance FSW joints. It summarizes fatigue characterizations of key FSW configurations, including butt and lap-shear joints. The book's main focus is on fatigue of aluminum alloys, but discussions of magnesium, steel, and titanium alloys are also included. The FSW process-structure-fatigue performance relationships, including tool rotation, travel speeds, and pin tools are covered, along with sections on extreme fatigue conditions and environments, including multiaxial, variable

Friction Stir Casting Modification for Enhanced Structural Efficiency

Friction Stir Casting Modification for Enhanced Structural Efficiency
  • Author : Saumyadeep Jana,Rajiv S. Mishra,Glenn Grant
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 21 October 2015
GET THIS BOOKFriction Stir Casting Modification for Enhanced Structural Efficiency

Friction Stir Casting Modification for Enhanced Structural Efficiency: A Volume in the Friction Stir Welding and Processing Book Series summarizes current research and applications of friction stir processing techniques for casting modification. Research in this area has shown significant benefit in terms of fatigue performance as a result of friction stir processing. This book addresses the latest research, providing readers with a summary of these results and new guidelines for designers. Provides the benefits of friction stir casting, including its

Friction Stir Welding of High Strength 7XXX Aluminum Alloys

Friction Stir Welding of High Strength 7XXX Aluminum Alloys
  • Author : Rajiv S. Mishra,Mageshwari Komarasamy
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 08 June 2016
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Friction Stir Welding of High Strength 7XXX Aluminum Alloys is the latest edition in the Friction Stir series and summarizes the research and application of friction stir welding to high strength 7XXX series alloys, exploring the past and current developments in the field. Friction stir welding has demonstrated significant benefits in terms of its potential to reduce cost and increase manufacturing efficiency of industrial products in transportation, particularly the aerospace sector. The 7XXX series aluminum alloys are the premium aluminum

Residual Stresses in Friction Stir Welding

Residual Stresses in Friction Stir Welding
  • Author : Nilesh Kumar,Rajiv S. Mishra,John A. Baumann
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 20 November 2013
GET THIS BOOKResidual Stresses in Friction Stir Welding

This book describes the fundamentals of residual stresses in friction stir welding and reviews the data reported for various materials. Residual stresses produced during manufacturing processes lead to distortion of structures. It is critical to understand and mitigate residual stresses. From the onset of friction stir welding, claims have been made about the lower magnitude of residual stresses. The lower residual stresses are partly due to lower peak temperature and shorter time at temperature during friction stir welding. A review

Metallic Materials with High Structural Efficiency

Metallic Materials with High Structural Efficiency
  • Author : Oleg N. Senkov,Daniel B. Miracle,Sergey A. Firstov
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 29 June 2004
GET THIS BOOKMetallic Materials with High Structural Efficiency

In the fall of 1998, Prof. Sergey Firstov invited me to the Frantcevych Institute for Problems of Materials Science (IPMS) in Kyiv, Ukraine to discuss possible collaborations in the area of advanced metals research. During this visit, a strong mutual interest was evident in a broad range of structural metals technologies, and a quick friendship was established. Countless subsequent emails and a reciprocal visit to the U. S Air Force Research Laboratory by Prof. Firstov and a team of scientists from