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Some Characteristics of AZ31/AZ91 Dissimilar Magnesium Alloy Deposit by Friction Surfacing
Dai NakamaKazuyoshi KatohHiroshi Tokisue
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2008 Volume 49 Issue 5 Pages 1137-1141

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Monolayer friction surfacing was performed using a numerical controlled full automatic friction welding machine for AZ31 magnesium alloy plate used for substrate and AZ91 magnesium alloy casting bar used for consumable rod. Effect of the surfacing conditions on structures and mechanical properties of deposit were investigated. It was clearly observed that the circular pattern appeared on the surface of deposit by the rotation of coating rod. Microstructures of deposit showed finer structure than that of both base metals, and the cast structure was disappeared. Hardness of the deposit showed higher value than that of the substrate. Wear resistance of the deposit was improved in comparison with the substrate.

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