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9th International Symposium on Friction Stir Welding,

(9ISFSW)
Huntsville, Alabama 15th-17th May 2012
Despite the difficult global economic situation almost 250 delegates from 23 countries attended this event
in Huntsville, Alabama. This attendance, significantly higher than any previous event was attracted by the
ever increasing interest in FSW, the strength of the technical sessions, an industrial visit the NASAMarshall Flight Space Center and a social event at Jack Daniels.
80 technical papers were delivered on all aspects of FSW technology in excellent facilities provided by the
Von Braun Centre located in the heart of Huntsville. These papers described the advances in tooling
technology, different FSW techniques, joining of different materials and the ever increasing number of
industrial applications. A number of companies also exhibited their products during the symposium.
Delegates also visited Jack Daniels and enjoyed a tour of America's oldest distillery followed by an evening
of Southern hospitality including a BBQ and a spectacular sunset over the town of Lynchburg.
This event was run on behalf of the Friction Stir Welding Licensees Association by TWI, with a great deal of
local assistance from Concurrent Technologies Corporation, NASA and Huntsville University. The morning
after the Symposium over 130 delegates took the opportunity to visit NASA-Marshall Flight Space Center
taking a tour of their facilities which was very informative, engaging and provided the perfect end to event.
The FSW Licensees Association would like to thank all the local supporters with a special mention to Kevin
Colligan. The community of Huntsville put on a great event that will be talked about for years to come.
Figure 1 shows the Symposium venue

MONDAY 14 May 2012


17.00EARLY REGISTRATION (South Hall, Von Braun Center)

20.00

TUESDAY 15 May 2012 (Morning)


07.30-

REGISTRATION (South Hall, Von Braun Center)

08.50
Session

Plenary

Chairperson: K Colligan, A Vaughn

08.50-

Welcome and Opening Remarks

09.20
Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

09.20-

A Wasson, A Kumar,

ExxonMobil URC

A Study on the Economic Incentives of Welding Steel

09.45

D Fairchild , M Macia

09.45-

A Nunes

10.10

Pipelines Using Friction Stir Welding


Marshall Space Flight

The Evolution of Friction Stir Welding Theory at Marshall

Center

Space Flight Center

BALLROOM 1

BALLROOM 2

Session

Applications I

Inspection

Chairperson: F Marie, N Oiwa

Chairperson: L Cederqvist, M Russell

Author(s)

Affiliation

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

A Meyer

RIFTECH GmbH FSW in automotive

Wichita

Generalized e-NDE Algorithm

10.35-

mass production - the Boldsaikhan State

11.00

new Mercedes SL
M Kahnert,

11.0011.25

Paper title

M T Aerospace

D Burford

Preparation of Friction D Burford,

M Mestek,

Stir Welding of the

M Windisch,

Aluminum Alloy AA

I Tessier,

2219 for Launcher

M Okulla, H

Applications

for Friction Stir Welding

University
Wichita

E Boldsaikhan State

Early detection of volumetric


defects using e-NDE during

University

Friction Stir Welding

Mississippi

Identification of periodic

Masny,
D Kolbe
11.25-

R Jones

Jacobs

Robotic Manufacturing H Doude,

11.50

P Srinivasa

Engineering -

of 5.5 meter cryogenic J Schneider,

ESTS Marshall

fuel tank dome

Space Flight

assemblies for the

Center

NASA Ares I Rocket

LPSC/ISRO

Development of FSW

B Ma

State

defects due to material flow

University

variations in FSW using postweld data processing

H Schmidt

SignaStir - Laser Ultrasound

HBS

Rao

process parameters

Engineering testing of Friction Stir

11.50-

and

APS

12.15

Ravishankar,

characterization for

AA 2219 Propellant

Ramakrishana

tanks

Welding

TUESDAY 15 May 2012 (Afternoon)


BALLROOM 1

BALLROOM 2

Session

Weld Performance

FSW Tools

Chairperson: J Laye, G Wagner

Chairperson: D Gesto, R Steel

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

J Mendoza, S Kahl

Sapa

Fatigue and

N Mochizuki1

Isel Co.,

Application of Ni Base Dual

Technology

tensile

T Takasugi2,

Ltd1

Two-phase Intermetallic

properties of

Y Kaneno2,

Osaka

Alloy to FSW Tools for

friction stir

S Oki3,T Hirata4 Prefecture

welds in

University2,

13.15-

AA6061-T6 and

Kinki

13.40

AA6082-T6

Unversity3,

from

Technology

production

Research

trials

Institute of

Joining SUS430 Plates

Osaka
Prefecture4
A Reynolds, W Tang

13.4014.05

University

Thermal

of South

Management

Carolina

for Production

T Leonhardt1
2

B Thompson

Past, Present, and Future

Rhenium
Alloys Inc
EWI2

Developments of Tungsten
Tool Materials for Friction

of Very High

Stir Welding of Steel and

Strength alloy

Hard Metals

7050 Friction
Stir Welds

C Dong1

China FSW

Analysis of

M Miyake1,

Tohoku

Q Meng1, C Li1,

Center

Friction Stir

Y S Sato1,

University1

X Feng

14.0514.30

(Beijing

Lap Welding

H Kokawa ,

FSW

for the

Y Takaku1, T

Hitachi Ltd

Material properties
governing wear of Co-based
2

alloy tool during friction stir


welding of steels

Technology

Fuselage Skin

Omori ,

Co Ltd)1,

Structure

K Ishida1, S

No. 14

Imano2,

Institute of

S H C Park2, S

China

Hirano2

Electronics
Technology
Group
Corporation2
P Upadhyay,

University

Effect of

S Dodds1,

Materials & The Use of Novel Methods

A P Reynolds

of South

backing plate

H Jones1,

Engineering in Determining the Wear of

Carolina

thermal

S Cater

Research

14.30-

property on

Institute

14.55

friction stir

(Sheffield

welding of 1"

Hallam

thick AA6061

University)1

Friction Stir Tooling

TWI Ltd2
Session

Variants I

Modelling I

Chairperson: C Russell, Y Sato

Chairperson: J Baumann, A Echeverria

B Thompson1,
1

15.20-

EWI1 , RTI2
1

Development

H Schmidt

HBS

Challenges in

J Root , R George ,

of an All-in-

Engineering thermomechanical

M Eff1, S Sedha2

One Exit Hole

APS

Welding

Elimination

15.45

modelling of Friction Stir

Technique for
Thin Section
Aluminum
Z W Chen, S Yazdanian AUT
University

15.4516.10

The Role of

University

Tool-Workpiece Interface

Joint Interface

Fehrenbacher

of

Temperature Measurement

on Tensile-

N Duffie,

Wisconsin

and Improved Closed-Loop

Madison

Control in Friction Stir

Shear Fracture N Ferrier,


Strength of

M Zinn,

Friction Stir

F Pfefferkorn,

Lap Diffusion

Welding

Welds
D Andrews,
16.10-

TWI Ltd

M Russell, J Martin

Recent

A Gonzalez-

University

Model-based process

developments

Rodriguez1

of

monitoring in Friction Stir

in FSW at TWI

16.35

G Panoutsos

Sheffield

K Beamish2

Welding

TWI Ltd2

M Mahfouf1
T Suda, Y Sakamoto, T Nippon

A Feasibility

M Brendel,

Mississippi

Influence of Friction Stir

Miyamichi T Sato

Study for

J Schneider

State

Weld Tool Geometry and

University

Runout on Magnitude and

Sharyo.Ltd

16.35-

Stationary

17.00

Shoulder Self-

Form of In-process Weld

Reacting Pin

Forces

Tool Welding

WEDNESDAY 16 May 2012 (Morning)


BALLROOM 1

Session 5

08.3008.55

08.5509.20

BALLROOM 2

Process I

FSP

Chairperson: S Schulze, C Smith

Chairperson: M Mahoney

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

Swedish

Control of

J Rodelas J

The Ohio

Engineered Surface Layers in

Cederqvist

Nuclear Fuel

temperature, power

Lippold

State

Ni-base Alloys using Additive

O Garpinger,

and Waste

input and tool depth

University

Friction Stir Processing

T Oberg

Management

during FSW of copper

Co

canisters

K Ross

Manufacturing Development and

Joining and

Microstructure control of high-

C Sorensen

Technology,

Implementation of a

Kitamura1,

Welding

workability titanium alloys by

Inc.

Robust Temperature

H Fujii1,

Research

FSW & FSP

Control Algorithm

Y Morisada1,

Institute,

A Ogawa2

Osaka
University1
JFE Steel
Corporation2

T Shinoda,

Kosei

Relationship between

09.20-

Y Yohei

Aluminum

09.45

Katsuragi, K

Co.,Ltd.

C- W

National

Fabrication of locally

Joining Parameter and Huang,

Chung

reinforced Al 6061/SiCp Metal

Tool Tip Temperature

J-N Aoh,

Cheng

Matrix Composite using

during Spot FSW

J-S Lin

University

Friction Stir Process

Process regimes in

T Nagaoka1

Osaka

Modification of cold-work tool

Echeverria

FSW. Monitoring and

H Watanabe1, Municipal

steel by combination of laser

E Aldanondo,

consequences for

M Fukusumi1, Technical

cladding and friction stir

P Alvarez, E

quick parameter set

Y Kitamura2,

processing

Tani

LORTEK

up

Arruti
09.4510.10

Reserch
1

T Mizuno , G

Institute

Abe2,

AMC

Y Morisada3,

Corporation2

H Fujii3

Joining and
Welding
Research
Institute,
Osaka
University3

Session 6

Applications II

High Temperature FSW I

Chairperson: D Bolser, G Sylva

Chairperson: B Thompson, J Wolk

J Laye1,

Aircrafts structural

D Fonda1,

Naval

High-Temperature Grain

A Bigot2 ,

CRV,

parts demonstrators

K Knipling1,

Research

Structures in Titanium Friction

10.35-

T Odivre1,

manufactured using

A Pilchak2

Laboratory1

Stir Welds

11.00

Constellium

Constellium

Friction Stir Welding

Air Force

11.0011.25

Bordesoules ,

Research

C Hantrais1

Laboratory2

F Marie1,

Friction Stir Welded

F Batalla2,

Innovation

Rib One manufactured A Lewis1,

C Hantrais1

Works,

using friction stir

J Wolk2,

Laboratory

welding

C Scheck2,

Naval

Operations

S Szpara2,

Surface

SAS

S Nimer3,

Warfare

M Zupan3

Center -

EADS

Airbus

R Everett1,

Naval

X-Ray Tomography of CP

Research

Titanium Friction Stir Welds

Carderock

Incorporating Fiducial
Markers

Division2
University of
Maryland
Baltimore
County3

P McGill

NASA/MFSC

Damage Tolerance

G Wagner1,

Assessment of Friction N Buhl 1,

J Burkholder
11.2511.50

Institute of

Friction stir welding of Ti/Ti-

Materials

and Ti-alloy/Ti-alloy-joints

Pull Plug Welds in an

D Eifler1,

Science and

Aluminium Alloy

Engineering1

Gutensohn2

PFW
Aerospace
AG2

H Okada,

Kawasaki

Application study of

R Mishra2,

Missouri

M Fujimoto,

Heavy

refill FSSW on

J Su1,

University of Properties of Friction Stir

K Kamimuki

Industries Ltd Aerospace Industries

J Wang1,

Science and

R Xu3, J

Technology

Bader3

University of

R Moriarty3,

North

J Baumann4

Texas2,

11.5012.15

Microstructure and Mechanical

Processed Ti-6Al-4V
1

Rolls-Royce
Corporation3
The Boeing
Company4

WEDNESDAY 16 May 2012 (Afternoon)


BALLROOM 1

BALLROOM 2

Session

Variants II

Metallurgy

Chairperson: Z Chen, T Sato

Chairperson: P Prangnell, A Reynolds

13.15-

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

K Colligan

Concurrent

Friction Stir

F Nadeau1,

Aluminium

Influence of welding parameters and

13.40

P Gougeon1,

Technology

preheating temperature on abnormal

Thin Aluminum D Larouche2

Centre

grain growth after post-weld heat

Using Fixed

(NRC)1

treatment in FSW of 5083 AL alloys

Gap Bobbin

Laval

Tools

University2

G Hostetter, Technologies

Welding of

A O'Donnell Corporation

J Chen,

Joining and

Effect of

C Russell1

NASA/MSFC1 Mitigating Abnormal Grain Growth for

H Fujii,

welding

Material Flow

P-S Chen2

Qualis

Y Sun,

research

By Double-

Friction Stir Welded Al-Li 2195 Spun

Corporation

Formed Domes

Y Morisada, institute, Osaka Sided Friction


13.40-

K Kondoh

University

Stir Welding
on Weld

14.05

Structure and
Mechanical
Properties of
Magnesium
Alloy

The concept of Y S Sato.

Naval Surface

Lammlein

Warfare Center, electrically-

WA

Carderock

assisted

14.05-

Ferrando,

Division

friction stir

14.30

A Floyd

S Mironov, H

Tohoku

EBSD study of recrystallization in

University

friction-stirred superaustenitic

Kokawa

stainless steel

welding and
application to
processing of
various metals

Session

Nickel Alloys

Modelling II

Chairperson: T Leonhardt, T Shinoda,

Chairperson: A Fehrenbacher, H Schmidt

J Lippold,

The Ohio State

Microstructure Y Morisada

Joining and

Three-dimensional Visualization of

J Rule

University

and

H Fujii, Y

Welding

Material Flow in FSW by X-ray

14.55-

mechanical

Kawahito,

Research

Radiography

15.20

properties of

K Nakata,M

Institute,

three friction

Tanaka

Osaka

stir processed
nickel-base

University

alloys

B Jasthi1 2

Abergast

Microstructure- N Dialami,

E Chen3,

Advanced

Mechanical

Materials

Abergast4,

Universidad

Coupled Thermo-mechanical Analysis

M Chiumenti,

Politecnica

for Frictional Stir Welding Processes

Properties of

M Cervera,

de Cataluna

Processing

Friction Stir

C Agelet de

Laboratory1,

Processed Cast Saracibar

Kaligotla1,2,

Department of

Alloy 718

M West2,

Materials and
1

15.20-

C Widener

Metallurgical

15.45

Engineering2

S Howard2

South Dakota
School of Mines
and Technology
Transition45
Technologies
Inc3,
Deceased4

Brazilian

Rodrguez

Nanotechnology joint low

Fernndez, National
15.4516.10

Dissimilar lap

M Nourani,

University of Predicting grain size distribution in

A S Milani,

British

friction stir welded 6061 aluminum

Columbia-

alloy

carbon steel to S

A Jose

Laboratory

alloy 625 by

Yannacopoulos, Okanagan

Ramirez

(LNNano) -

friction stir

C Yan

Londoo

CNPEM/ABTLus, welding

Campus

State University
of Campinas
(Unicamp)

THURSDAY 17 May 2012 (Morning)

BALLROOM 1

BALLROOM 2

Session

Process II

FSSW

Chairperson: J Ding, M Kahert

Chairperson:, M Fujimoto

08.3008.55

Author(s)

Affiliation

Jeroen De
Backer1
Lars

Paper title

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

University West1 Influence of

P Prangnell, Y

The University

Abrasion Circle Friction Spot

SKB AB2

Chen

of Manchester

Welding for Rapid FSSW Al to

side-tilt angle
3

ESAB AB

on process

Cederqvist2

forces and lap

Mikael

joint strength in

Soron3

robotic friction

Steel Automotive Sheet

stir welding
AP

Ecole centrale

Tool Path

Y Sun, H Fujii

JWRI

Application of a flat spot

Manogaran Nantes, France

Control And

friction stir welding technique

G Racineux,

Effort During

to aluminium alloys and mild

J-Y Hascoet

Friction Stir

steel sheets

08.55-

Welding In A

09.20

Parallel
Kinematic
Machine Using
Intelligent CAM
Approach
C Smith,

Friction Stir Link, An Automated

T Yasui1, H

Toyohashi

K Schroeder

Inc.

Tahara1,

University of

09.2009.45

Path Planning

and

T Suzuki ,

Programming

M Tsubaki1,

Technology

Friction Stir Spot Welding

between Dissimilar Light


Metals

Aichi Industrial
1

System With

M Fukumoto ,

Technology

Real-Time

N Kawamoto2,

Institute2

Adaptive

H Furuzawa2,

Kosei Aluminium

Control for

T Shinoda3,

Co Ltd3

Friction Stir

Y Katsuragi3

Processing of
Cast Surfaces
FSW of 3D-

E Aldanondo,

A Grimm, G

Structures and

A Echeverria,

friction stir spot welding

Gbel, U

Flexible

P Alvarez,

(FSSW) of butt joints

09.45-

Fssel,

Components

E Arruti

10.10

E Beyer

and Aspects of

S Schulze,

Fraunhofer IWS

Optimization
Methodologies
for Clamping

LORTEK

Material flow phenomena in

Systems
Session

FSW Steel

Non Ferrous

10

Chairperson: B Bishop, T Haynie

Chairperson: R Mishra, J Schneider

Advanced Metal

Approaches to

G Wagner,

University of

Analysis of Friction Stir

Mahoney1

Products1,

Consistently

O Klag,

Kaiserslautern

Welded AZ91/AA5454-Joints

S Sanderson2 MegaStir2, Oak

Achieve Full

D Eifler

10.35-

Z Feng3,

Ridge National

Penetration in

11.00

R Steel2,

Laboratories3

Pipeline Steel

S Packer1,

Welds Using

P Higgins2

Friction Stir
Welding
MegaStir

R Steel,
J Petersen,
11.0011.25

Technologies

S Sanderson,

Friction Stir

Effects of the high

Welding of

B de Meester ,

Catholique de

temperature mechanical

Thick Section

A Denquin2,

Louvain1

relative strengths in

Steel

P Higgins, S

C Jonckheere1 Universit

A Simar

Onera

dissimilar fiction stir welds of


2014 to 6061 aluminum

Packer

alloys
NRG1,

Characterization M-N Avettand- Unit Matriaux

Luzginova1 ECN2,
TWI Ltd

N Kolluri

of Friction Stir
3

Murthy1,
2

11.2511.50

Fnol1,

et

A Simar , R

Transformations, development of graded oxide

Steel with an

Shabadi1,

Universit Lille

E Schuring ,

Improved W-Re R Taillard ,

J Martin3,

Tool Material

W Kyffin

processing for the

Welding of P91

Interest of friction stir

B de Meester2

dispersion strengthened Cu
based materials.

Institute of

for Nuclear

Mechanics,

Applications

Materials and
Civil
Engineering,
Universit
Catholique de
Louvain2

T Curtis,

South Dakota

Mechanical and I

T Johnson,

School of Mines

corrosion

Vutabwarova1, University1 TWI

bonded by friction stir

11.50-

E East,

and Technology

properties of

A H Jones1,

welding as method to study

12.15

J Bharat,

dissimilar 4142

S Cater2

C Widener,

and S7 tool

C Odubhghail2

M Carriker,

steel friction

Sheffield Hallam Copper/brass laminates

Ltd2

material flow

M West

Stir welds

THURSDAY 17 May 2012 (Afternoon)


BALLROOM 1

BALLROOM 2

Session

Applications III

High Temperature FSW II

11

Chairperson: A Nunes, I Smith

Chairperson: D Fonda, J Lippold

Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

Author(s)

Affiliation

EWI1,

Friction Stir

J Wolk1,

Naval Surface

Thompson

GDLS

K Doherty2

ARL3

13.1513.40

Warfare Center

S Szpara1,

Naval Research

Aluminum for

C Scheck

Laboratory

Stotler1,

Military Vehicle

M Zupan3

University of

Applications

Z Pramann ,

C Niese , T

The Influence of Fast

Welding of Thick R Everett


Section

Paper title

Diffusers in Friction Stir


Welding of Titanium
Alloys

Maryland -

J Seaman1,

Baltimore County3

M Eff1, R
Spencer1,
P White1
A Roos,

Helmholtz-Zentrum Application of

J Lippold

The Ohio State

Friction Stir Processing of

Geesthacht

J Livingston

University

Ti-6Al-4V

Joining

Friction Stir Processing of

FSW and FSSW

13.40-

Carstensen,

on Advanced

14.05

J F dos

Automotive

Santos

Structural
Applications

C Dong1,

China FSW Center

Application of

D Gesto1

G Li1, K Ma2

(Beijing FSW

Friction Stir

D Verdera1,

Technology Co

Welding in

M Gonzlez , AIMEN

An Alternative to Quench

Ltd)1

Rolling Stock

G Pena3

& Tempering Treatment

CSR Zhuzhou
14.0514.30

Technology Plant - Martensitic Stainless Steel:

Electric Locomotive
2

Co Ltd

Manufacturing

Technology
Centre

Metallography
Characterization
Department AIMEN
Technology
Centre2
Materials Science

for Cutting tools?

Area, School of
Industrial
Engineering University of Vigo3

14.30-

N Seo,

Nippon Light

Development of

K Jha,

Bhabha Atomic

Microstructural and

H Hori, H

Metal

Cold plate by

R N Singh

Research Centre

mechanical properties of

Friction stir

friction stir welded Cu-Cr-

Welding

Bhanumurthy

Zr alloy

Hino,

14.55

G K Dey, K N
Mahule
Session

Plenary

12

Chairperson: C Dong, R Scudamore


Author(s)

Affiliation

S H C Park1

Hitachi Research Material flow during Tatsumaki friction stir welding

S Hirano1, S Kaga2, M Onose2,


15.15-

N Tominaga , Y Yoshimura

15.40

Paper title

Laboratory,
Hitachi Ltd1,
MitsubishiHitachi Metals
Machinery Inc2

15.40-

D Bolser

16.00

The Boeing

FSW Standards

Company

16.00-

Closing

16.10

Friday 18 May
OPTIONAL VISIT TO NASA, HUNTSVILLE

POSTER SESSION
Author(s)

Affiliation

Paper title

J Hilgert,

Helmholtz Zentrum Geestchacht

Numerical simulation in bobbin tool FSW process development

J F Dos
Santos,
N Huber

I Eker

Cys Insaat

Investigation on the joinability of Al 6061 Al-Alloy Plates with Friction


Stir Welding

S Tanaka,

Sumitomo Light Metal

The effect of welding speed on tensile properties of friction stir welds

China FSW Center (Beijing FSW

Friction Stir Welding of the Super High-Strength Aluminum Alloy

M Kumagai
J Dong,

C Dong, J Tan Technology Co Ltd)


C Dong, Q

China FSW Center (Beijing FSW

Friction Stir Welding of the Third Generation Al-Li Alloy C24S

Meng, G Luan Technology Co Ltd)


J

University of Azad Sci& Research


1

Mohammadi ,

Effect of tool geometry on friction stir lap welding of magnesium alloy


to aluminium alloy

campus, Tehran, Iran ,

Y Behnamian2, University of Alberta, Edmonton,


H Izadi2,

Canada2

T Saeid4,

Sharif University of Technology,


3

A H Kokabi ,

Tehran, Iran3,

A P Gerlich2

Sahand University of Technology,


Tabriz, Iran4
Wichita State University

S Jurak,

Mechanical & Metallurgical Properties of Friction Stir Welded AA2198-T8

E Boldsaikhan,

Joints

D Burford
Wichita State University

A V Iyer,

Effect of tool shoulder geometry on the axial force and mechanical


strength of FSSW aerospace alloys AA7075 and AA2024

E Boldsaikhan,
D Burford
J Buller1,

Wichita State University1, General


2

AB

Motors Corporation

Friction Stir Weld Development and Dynamic Crash Testing of a


Bumper Crash Box Assembly made from AA6082-T6 & AA6063-T6

Handyside1, F

extrusions

Baratzadeh ,
B Carlson2,
E
Boldsaikhan1,
D Burford1
T Saeid1,
A AbdollahZadeh2,
F Kargar2,
M
Jafarzadegan2

Sahand University of Technology1


2

Tarbiat Modares University

Development of fine grained structure during friction stir welding of a


duplex stainless steel

E Cole,

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Forge Force Reduction via Tool Design Variation

LORTEK

Material flow in FSW butt and lap welds and its implications

F Pfefferkorn,
N Ferrier,
M Zinn, N
Duffie
P Alvarez,
E Aldanondo,
E Arruti,
A Echeverria
C Jonckheere1, Universit Catholique de Louvain1

Effects of the high temperature mechanical relative strengths in

B de Meester1, Onera2

dissimilar fiction stir welds of 2014 to 6061 aluminum alloys

A Denquin2,
A Simar1
S Gascoyne1,
1

B Wynne ,

University of Sheffield1 TWI Ltd2


University of Manchester

Microstructure and Material Flow in Corner Weld T-Joints

J Martin2,
P Prangnell3
C Leito1,

University of Coimbra1

D Verdera2,

Aimen2

Effect of Base Material Properties on FSW Torque and Defects

D Gesto2,
D Rodrigues1,
A Loureiro1
V Racherla,

Indian Institute of Technology

Weld zone modelling of friction stir welds

Institute of Metal Research, Chinese

Superplasticity in friction stir processed Mg-RE alloy

M Imam,
K Biswas
B Xiao1,
1

Q Yang ,

Academy of Sciences

Z-Y Ma1,

Zhejiang Heavy Machine Tool Co Ltd,

C-C Guo ,

China First Heavy Industries2

Z-Z Tang3

China First Heavy Industries3

E Hoyos, D

Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Building Phenomenological based Semi-Physical Models, Friction Stir


Welding

Lopez, H
lvarez
Z Ma, Z

Institute of Metal Research, Chinese

Effect of welding parameters on microstructure and mechanical

Zhang, B I

Academy of Sciences

properties of friction stir welded precipitation-hardened aluminum alloys

Xiao

G Yoshikawa1, Osaka-University1 TOSHIBA2

Analysis of plastic flow in FSW for dissimilar joint

F Miyasaka1,
Y Hirata1,
Y Katayama2,
T Fuse2
K Mroczka1,

Pedagogical University of Cracow1

Characteristics of FSW welds of aluminum alloys - casted elements with

A Pietras2

Institute of Welding2

rolled elements

I Galvo1,

CEMUC - University of Coimbra1

Analysing the Challenge of Aluminium to Copper FSW

D Verdera2,

AIMEN2

D Gesto2,
A Loueiro1,
D Rodrigues1
Z Wei1, P

Tenneco Inc1, The University of New

Welding speed limit in friction stir welding of titanium

Dong2, C Nie2, Orleans2


X Pei2
M Mahdavi

Royal Institute of Technology1, Sapa

Shahri1,

Technology2

Different Methods for Fatigue Assessment of Friction Stir Welded Joints

R Sandstrm1,
W Osikowicz2
H Das, S

Jadavpur University

Basak, T K Pal

Influence of energy induced from processing parameters on the


mechanical properties of friction stir welded lap joint of aluminium to
coated steel sheet

V Richter-

FEUP - Faculdade de Engenharia da

Trummer1,

Universidade do Porto1,

P Irving2,

Cranfield University2, Airbus

X Zhang2,

Operations GmbH3, HZG4

Crack growth testing under a biaxial cyclic load

M Pacchione3,
M Beltro4,
J-F dos
Santos4
M A Mofid,

Tarbiat Modares University

Friction stir welding and Submerged Friction Stir Welding of Al alloy to


Mg alloy

A AbdollahZadeh
M Shtrikman,

National Institute of Aviation

N Kashchuk

Technologies

Friction Stir Disc Welding

M Fukumoto,

Toyohashi University of Technology

Effect of Material Flow on Formation of Weld Interface between


Aluminum and Steel by Friction Stirring

Y Shimoda,
M Tsubaki,
T Yasui
Islamic Azad University Najaf Abad

A
1

Emamikhah ,

Branch

A Atefat2,

College of Mechanical Engineering,


2

B Ghasemi ,

Numerical and Experimental Comparison on the effect of Temperature


on Friction Stir Welding of Brass Plates (Cu Zn 30)

Azad University Najaf Abad Branch2

A Abbasi2
Dharamendara REVA ITM

Friction Stir Welding of AA 5052-H34 Thin Sheets of Different Thickness

M
P Prangnell,

University of Manchester

Y Chen

Effect of Natural Ageing and the Paint Bake Treatment on the


Properties of FSSWs in AA6111-T4

S Naik, S

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Balaji

Friction Stir Welding of Propellant Tanks for Indian Space Launch


Vehicle Programme

P McGill,

NASA/MFSC

J Burkholder
S Brooke1,
V Bradford

Aluminum Alloy
NASA/MSFC EM321, NASA/MSFC

Damage Tolerance Assessment of Friction Pull Plug Welds in an

Friction Pull Plug Welding in Aluminum Alloys

EM102

M Mestek1,

MT Aerospace1, The University of

Friction stir welding of high strength Aluminium Alloys (2XXX) for

M Kahnert1,

Munich2

subsequent spin forming process

D Klobcar1,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,

Comparison of FSW and MIG Welding of Casting Aluminium Alloy

L Kosec2,

University of Ljubljana1

ALSI12

A Smolej2,

Faculty of Natural Sciences and

J Tuek1

Engineering, University of Ljubljana2

S Sunger ,
M Zah2

M Ahmed1 2,

Department of Metallurgical and

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Friction Stir Welded Nickel

B Wynne ,

Materials Engineering, Suez Canal

Base Super Alloy Inconel 718

J Martin3

University1, Institute for

Microstructural and Mechanical


Processing Engineering, The
University of Sheffield2, TWI
Technology Centre Ltd3

Proceedings

The proceedings of this highly successful symposium are available on CD-ROM. The papers presented
provided an overview of the current state of the art, presenting novel work, some incremental, but some
reporting significant advances in technology and applications.
The CD is also available from the Library at TWI Ltd. Please contact library@twi.co.uk
(Tel: +44 (0)1223 899000,

Fax: +44 (0)1223 892588).

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