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Since its inception, many papers and articles have been published on FSW of aluminium alloys, many of them dealing with microstructure and properties. In work hardened alloys e. Almost all the major airframe manufacturers are investigating the use of FSW alongside other welding processes such as laser welding to replace many of the rivets in current structures. However, Peel et al. Friction stir welded aluminium alloys can therefore contain microstructures covering the entire spectrum of normal tempers. The heat input is therefore a complex function of the process variables traverse and rotation speeds, and down force , the alloy being welded, and the tool design. Although the heat input is commonly considered in fusion welding, it is a poor indicator of the temperature of the material surrounding an FSW tool, at least for the joining of thin plates of aluminium. Friction stir welding has been used extensively in the aluminium superstructures of cruise ships such as the 'Seven Seas Navigator' which contain many kilometres of friction stir welds, mostly in 6xxx grade extrusions. Most FSWs used in production are butt welds, although lap welds and friction stir spot welds are also being applied with increasing frequency. To date, the predominant focus of FSW has been for welding aluminium alloys, although the process has been well developed for both copper alloys [] and magnesium alloys. There is evidence of incipient melting for some aluminium alloys e. The maximum temperature reached is a matter of some debate. In the past five years, two variants have emerged as significant technologies in their own right, namely friction stir processing [74,] and friction stir spot welding. Workpiece is held by two hydraulic clamps one is obscured between which welding head passes from right to left; head has just completed furthermost of three FSWs shown;. Another characteristic of the process - a line initially perpendicular to the welding direction is swept into a backwards 'bulge' in the wake of the tool - can also be seen in Fig. One way of quantifying the mixing effect of the tool is the ratio of the swept volume to the pin volume. There are few long straight welds in road vehicles, and so adoption of FSW has primarily been for components such as suspension parts, wheels, seat components, crash boxes, etc. A key distinction is between non-heat-treatable and heat-treatable alloy series. Figure 3a shows streamlines past a cylindrical tool, redicted by computational fluid dynamics CFD. Significant interest is now being shown in friction stir spot welding, where the linear translation of the tool is either very small or zero. In spite of this, much remains to be learned about the process and opportunities for further research and development are identified. It is therefore considered timely to correct this omission. The extruded material is deposited to form a solid phase joint behind the tool. Similar results have also been demonstrated in an Al-Li-Cu alloy [] and in commercial purity aluminium alloy These include tailoring microstructures for subsequent deep drawing and superplastic forming operations, and the ability to refine locally the microstructure of castings for example, around stress concentrations, where a superior wrought microstructure would be preferable. The first aircraft to make extensive use of FSW in its airframe, the Eclipse business jet, has recently completed certification and is now in production. As noted above, almost all the material in the weld is extruded between the rotating pin on the retreating side and the surrounding material which is too cold and too lightly stressed to deform see Fig. As the tool is traversed along the joint line, material is swept around the tool probe between the retreating side of the tool where the local motion due to rotation opposes the forward motion and the surrounding undeformed material. High speed aluminium railcars such as the Japanese Shinkansen are normally built from complex double skin extrusions in 6xxx alloys. The first major application was the use of the process to replace fusion welding in fuel tanks for unmanned Delta II and later Delta IV rockets. It is believed that the first commercial application of FSW was the joining of 6xxx series alloy extrusions for use in fish freezing plants for fishing vessels. Coverage of the present review is confined to the FSW of aluminium alloys. The metal flow and heat generation in the softened material around the tool are fundamental to the friction stir process. Friction stir welding differs from competing processes such as arc and laser welding, since these use an external heat source of specified power, whereas in FSW the joining process itself generates the heat. This has been identified by 'stop-action' experiments, in which the traverse is abruptly arrested, with tool extraction being synchronised with rotation to preserve the material in contact with tool features. It is demonstrated that FSW of aluminium is becoming an increasingly mature technology with numerous commercial applications. Efficient power consumption is dependent on matching the size of machine being used to the size of weld being made, although this is not always a practical option. In essence, FSW is very simple, although a brief consideration of the process reveals many subtleties. But since the material flow stress is temperature and strain rate sensitive, the distribution of heat is itself governed by the deformation and temperature fields. Process modelling of FSW has evolved in parallel with empirical process development, and provides physical insight into all of these relationships. For example, the absence of a filler wire means that the process cannot easily be used for making fillet welds. In addition considerable work has focused on using FSW to join dissimilar aluminium alloys. The down force in FSW provides intimate thermal contact between workpiece and backing plate, but this contact evolves with position during the welding process, requiring complex calibration. An early example of this technique is shown in Fig. Friction stir welding can be thought of as a process of constrained extrusion under the action of the tool. Longitudinal vertical section in travel direction after synchronised pin retraction, showing trailing void on left hand side after Colligan []. The present review draws on a wide selection of published data to summarise current understanding of the complex relationship between welding parameters, microstructure and properties for FSW of many aluminium alloys. Marker experiments [] have confirmed this behaviour Fig. Radically new joining processes do not come along very often: friction stir welding FSW was one such event, being invented by the TWI in By the end of , TWI had issued licences for use of the process, and patent applications had been filed relating to FSW. Commercial applications have been reported across many industries, and some selected examples are shown below which illustrate the widening appeal of the process. Recently there have been excellent general reviews of FSW covering a wide range of materials by Mishra and Ma, [74] which also includes friction stir processing, and by Nandan et al. The capture of three-dimensional flow greatly complicates the modelling challenge. However, it is known that the process drastically reduces weld preparation costs, skilled welder requirements and repair rates. Table 1 AWS designations for wrought Al alloy groups and basic temper designations applicable to heat-treatable Al alloys. The conditions that lead to formation of this void, and whether it has any relevance in producing a sound void free joint, remain open research questions. It should be noted that FSW does not restrict the operating temperature range of aluminium alloys, with applications ranging from cryogenic temperatures e. In practice, this has seldom been a significant problem, as there are many possible solutions, which have been considered elsewhere. Similarly, the fully mechanised nature of the process prevents its use for applications where access or complex weld shape is best suited to a manual process. There are of course disadvantages to FSW; indeed, some of the advantages listed above can be viewed in a less positive light in certain circumstances. The world's largest aluminium vessel, the Japanese fast ferry 'Ogasawara', launched in , makes extensive use of FSW in its superstructure. Process economics are generally considered favourable, but specific published data are lacking. In fact their control lies at the core of almost all aspects of FSW, for example, the optimisation of process speeds and machine loading, the avoidance of macroscopic defects, the evolution of the microstructure, and the resulting weld properties. The effect of tool rotation and traverse speed on the heat input per second and per mm are shown in Fig. Keywords: Friction stir welding, Aluminium alloys, Microstructure evolution, Plastic flow, Residual stress, Mechanical properties, Thermomechanically affected zone. The temperature and normal contact stresses vary widely over the tool, so it is unlikely that a single contact condition will be valid.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The latter depends very much on the specific equipment used, and comparisons are difficult. The process generates very high strains and strain rates, both of which are substantially higher than found in other solid state metalworking processes extrusion, rolling, forging, etc. The frictional heating causes a softened zone of material to form around the probe. Friction stir welding is therefore both a deformation and a thermal process, even though there is no bulk fusion. Friction stir processing is not considered further in the present review. After introducing the characteristic macroscopic features, the microstructural development and related distribution of hardness are reviewed in some detail for the two classes of wrought aluminium alloy non-heat-treatable and heat-treatable. Further modelling studies have investigated how this two-dimensional flow is perturbed by:. In age hardened alloys, the weld will normally be heated well above the dissolution temperature of the initial precipitates, enabling dissolution, reprecipitation and overaging to occur. Finally, the range of mechanical properties that can be achieved is discussed, including consideration of residual stress, fracture, fatigue and corrosion. It is likely that when the traverse speed is reduced, much of the additional heat is conducted into the backing plate, as evidenced by the observed correlation between the heat input and the backing plate temperature [53] as well as through the tool. The process has also been adopted for the large fuel tank for the Space Shuttle. The process is by definition asymmetrical, as most of the deformed material is extruded past the retreating side of the tool. The basic principles of FSW are described, including thermal history and metal flow, before discussing how process parameters affect the weld microstructure and the likelihood of entraining defects. The presence of a hole at the end of the weld from which the probe was withdrawn is often quoted as a disadvantage. Since FSW is a solid state process, it can be used to join all common aluminium alloys, including the 2xxx, 7xxx and 8xxx series which are normally challenging or impractical to weld by fusion processes. Friction stir spot welding is rapidly gaining acceptance as an efficient method of joining aluminium sheet, and is already in production, for example on the Mazda Rx-8 sports car, where it is used on the aluminium bonnet and rear doors. In its simplest form, this essential flow mechanism can be illustrated by two-dimensional simulations depicting streamlines round a rotating tool placed in a steady flow of material. A rotating tool is pressed against the surface of two abutting or overlapping plates. Material deformation generates and redistributes heat, producing the temperature field in the weld. Further variants have emerged as the process matures, such as tools in which the pin and shoulder rotate independently including non-rotating shoulders , [33] retractable pin tooling, [94] as well as a bobbin tool with a shoulder on both ends of a pin of length equal to the plate thickness. Further refinements include the Trivex tool [] which was designed to reduce the down and traverse forces required and the Triflat tool for thicker section materials Fig. However, it would be expected that the total energy requirement for FSW would be greater than MIG, but less than laser for single pass welds of the same thickness. Experience has shown that it is advantageous to develop a vertical component to the flow of material, and most tools therefore contain threads, helical flutes, or similar features to force material adjacent to the pin to flow away from the shoulder. This list is representative rather than exhaustive, and it should be emphasised that new applications are appearing all the time. Predicted streamlines round a fluted tool are shown in Fig. An important feature of the tool is a probe pin which protrudes from the base of the tool the shoulder , and is of a length only marginally less than the thickness of the plate. The principal features are shown in Fig. Although the process may reduce the strength of aluminium alloys, this can be compensated for if necessary by appropriate design of the joint, for example by locally increasing the thickness, but in most cases no changes are made. A further feature of the flow that is not captured by current models is the formation of a stable void immediately behind the tool see the section on 'Formation of voids'. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The comprehensive body of knowledge that has built up with respect to the friction stir welding FSW of aluminium alloys since the technique was invented in is reviewed. Frictional heat is generated, principally due to the high normal pressure and shearing action of the shoulder. Since FSW modelling has been reviewed elsewhere, [77,78] this aspect is not explicitly covered in the present review, except where modelling helps to interpret and complement the experimental observations, or to clarify issues debated in the literature. This softened material cannot escape as it is constrained by the tool shoulder.