What is friction welding

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    What is friction welding

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    it is a solid state welding..
    two parts are held in a rotating device(like chuck) and rotated against each other…
    due to this plastic deformation takes place at contact surface and temperature increases to a large extent so that the contact portion melts…then the rotation is stopped and axial force is applied in the parts so the the bond becomes stronger

    #3008 Reply

    It is also know as resistance welding…. when the two parts are subjected to rotate against each other..There will be a heat formation.. That heat will bond the parts which are subjected to be make a joint….

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