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Evaluation of the formation of intermetallic compounds at the intermixing lines and in the nugget of dissimilar steel/aluminum friction stir welds
Journal of Materials Research and Technology
Intermetallic compounds Brittle feature Tilt angle Strength a b s t r a c t A relatively successful dissimilar joint between 1050 pure aluminum and annealed low carbon steel is achieved by using friction stir welding. Most studies of joining aluminum to steel have been performed by using low rotational speed with high traverse speed to minimize heat in weld zones and to minimize the thickness of the intermetallic compounds (IMCs). Although the minimized heat may reduce the formation of brittledoi:10.1016/j.jmrt.2020.07.027 fatcat:exlli6ntojenhnird66yenyi2m