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THE COUPLED FEM ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSIENT TEMPERATURE FIELD DURING INERTIA FRICTION WELDING OF GH4169 ALLOY
Alternative TitleTHE COUPLED FEM ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSIENT TEMPERATURE FIELD DURING INERTIA FRICTION WELDING OF GH4169 ALLOY
L W Zhang1; J B Pei1; Q Z Zhang1; C D Liu1; W H Zhu2; S Qu2; J H Wang2
2007
Source Publication金属学报:英文版
ISSN1006-7191
Volume20.0Issue:004Pages:301-306
AbstractThe inertia friction welding process is a non-linear process because of the interaction between the temperature field and the material properties as well as the friction force. A thermo-mechanical coupled finite element model is established to simulate the temperature field of this process. The transient temperature distribution during the inertia friction welding process of two similar workpieces of GH4169 alloy is calculated. The region of the circular cross-section of the workpiece is divided into a number of four-nodded isoparametric elements. In this model, the temperature dependent thermal properties, time dependent heat inputs, contact condition of welding interface, and deformation of the flash were considered. At the same time, the convection and radiation heat losses at the surface of the workpieces were also considered. A temperature data acquisition system was developed. The temperature at some position near the welding interface was measured using this system. The calculated temperature agrees well with the experimental data. The deformation of the flash and the factor affecting the temperature distribution at the welding interface are also discussed.
Other AbstractThe inertia friction welding process is a non-linear process because of the interaction between the temperature field and the material properties as well as the friction force. A thermo-mechanical coupled finite element model is established to simulate the temperature field of this process. The transient temperature distribution during the inertia friction welding process of two similar workpieces of GH4169 alloy is calculated. The region of the circular cross-section of the workpiece is divided into a number of four-nodded isoparametric elements. In this model, the temperature dependent thermal properties, time dependent heat inputs, contact condition of welding interface, and deformation of the flash were considered. At the same time, the convection and radiation heat losses at the surface of the workpieces were also considered. A temperature data acquisition system was developed. The temperature at some position near the welding interface was measured using this system. The calculated temperature agrees well with the experimental data. The deformation of the flash and the factor affecting the temperature distribution at the welding interface are also discussed.
Keyword惯性摩擦定位焊接 温度场 数值模拟 有限元法 GH4169合金
Indexed ByCSCD
Language中文
CSCD IDCSCD:3198965
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/156797
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.大连理工大学
2.中国科学院金属研究所
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L W Zhang,J B Pei,Q Z Zhang,et al. THE COUPLED FEM ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSIENT TEMPERATURE FIELD DURING INERTIA FRICTION WELDING OF GH4169 ALLOY[J]. 金属学报:英文版,2007,20.0(004):301-306.
APA L W Zhang.,J B Pei.,Q Z Zhang.,C D Liu.,W H Zhu.,...&J H Wang.(2007).THE COUPLED FEM ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSIENT TEMPERATURE FIELD DURING INERTIA FRICTION WELDING OF GH4169 ALLOY.金属学报:英文版,20.0(004),301-306.
MLA L W Zhang,et al."THE COUPLED FEM ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSIENT TEMPERATURE FIELD DURING INERTIA FRICTION WELDING OF GH4169 ALLOY".金属学报:英文版 20.0.004(2007):301-306.
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