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      Microstructural and mechanical properties of friction and MIAB welded carbon steel tubes and forging bracket joints Translated title: Mikrostrukturelle und mechanische Eigenschaften von reib- und MIAB-geschweißten Rohren aus Kohlenstoffstahl sowie von Halterungsschmiedeschweißungen

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          Continuous drive friction welding (CDFW) and magnetic impelled arc butt (MIAB) welding are solid-state welding techniques, in which bonding is achieved at temperatures below the material melting point. Although CDFW welding has been widely used in automotive and aeronautics industry, MIAB welding has not been commonly used yet. The present study involves the comparison of CDFW and MIAB welding for joining medium carbon steel tubes and medium carbon forging brackets together, which are widely used for the construction of drivetrain applications in automotive industry. Optimum parameters are presented for both techniques by using macro- and microstructural analysis, hardness, tensile and petal tests. Based on the analyses presented in this study, MIAB welding can be an alternative to CDFW for structural automobile parts.

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          Das Reibschweißen mit kontinuierlicher Zufuhr (Continuous Drive Friction Welding (CDFW)) und das Magnetarc-Schweißen (Magnetic Impelled Arc Butt (MIAB) welding) sind Schweißprozesse, bei denen der Werkstoff im festen Zustand vorliegt und die Verbindung bei Temperaturen unterhalb des Schmelzpunktes erreicht wird. Obwohl das kontinuierliche Reibschweißen breitflächig in der Automobilindustrie und im Flugzeugbau genutzt wird, wird das Magnetarc-Schweißen bisher kaum eingesetzt. Die diesem Beitrag zugrundeliegende Studie umfasste einen Vergleich der beiden Schweißprozesse zur Verbindung von Rohren und von Schmiedehalterungen aus Kohlenstoffstahl, die breitflächig für die Konstruktion von Förderbändern in der Automobilindustrie eingesetzt werden. Es werden die optimalen Parameter für beide Techniken vorgestellt, wofür makro- und mikrostrukturelle Analysen, Härtemessungen und Zugversuche durchgeführt wurden. Basierend auf den in der Studie durchgeführten Analysen zeigte sich, dass das Magnetarc-Schweißen eine Alternative zum Reibschweißen von Automobilteilen sein kann.

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            Journal
            mp
            Materials Testing
            Carl Hanser Verlag
            0025-5300
            2195-8572
            27 March 2018
            : 60
            : 3
            : 273-282
            Affiliations
            1 Istanbul, Turkey
            Author notes
            [* ] Correspondence Address, Dr. Berna Balta, Ford Otosan, Product Development Department, Istanbul, 34885, Turkey, E-mail: buerlain@ 123456yahoo.com

            Dr. Berna Balta, born in 1976, has been working in the Ford Otosan Product Development Center in İstanbul, Turkey, for more than 10 years as a senior mechanical engineer. She holds a Six Sigma Black Belt and in addition to that, she gives lectures in universities. She obtained her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Kocaeli University Mechanical Engineering Department.

            Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aziz Armağan Arıcı is working at Kocaeli University in the Mechanical Engineering Department, Kocaeli, Turkey, and gives lectures mainly about materials science and materials processing.

            Prof. Dr. Muharrem Yılmaz is Professor at Kocaeli University, Kocaeli, Turkey, and gives lectures mainly about materials and processing in the Mechatronics Department and at the same time he is Dean of the Aviation Faculty of that university.

            Serap Gümüş is a researcher in the Metallurgy Department, Kocaeli University, Kocaeli, Turkey. Currently, she is pursuing her doctoral studies.

            Selçuk Can Yücel has been working in the Ford Otosan Materials Laboratory in Eskisehir, Turkey, for more than 10 years. Selçuk is a metallurgical engineer.

            Article
            MP111144
            10.3139/120.111144
            03be6027-c6b3-4fd0-a4ba-1f0702401ded
            © 2018, Carl Hanser Verlag, München
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            References: 30, Pages: 10
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            Materials technology,Materials characterization,Materials science
            Materials technology, Materials characterization, Materials science

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