标题：Friction stir based welding and processing technologies - processes, parameters, microstructures and applications: A review
作者：Padhy G K;Wu C S;Gao S
作者机构：[Padhy G K] Institute of Materials Joining, Shandong University, MOE Key Lab for Liquid-Solid Structure Evolution and Materials Processing, Jinan, Sha 更多
通讯作者地址：[Wu, CS]Shandong Univ, Inst Mat Joining, MOE Key Lab Liquid Solid Struct Evolut & Mat Proc, Jinan 250061, Shandong, Peoples R China.
关键词：Friction stir welding; Friction stir processing; Friction stir scribe;; Friction stir riveting; Friction stir channeling; Friction stir forming;; Friction stir surfacing; Friction stir additive manufacturing; Friction; stir cladding
摘要：Friction stir welding (FSW) has achieved remarkable success in the joining and processing of aluminium alloys and other softer structural alloys. Conventional FSW, however, has not been entirely successful in the joining, processing and manufacturing of different desired materials essential to meet the sophisticated green globe requirements. Through the efforts of improving the process and transferring the existing friction stir knowledge base to other advanced applications, several friction stir based daughter technologies have emerged over the timeline. A few among these technologies are well developed while others are under the process of emergence. Beginning with a broad classification of the scattered frictions stir based technologies into two categories, welding and processing, it appears now time to know, compile and review these to enable their rapid access for reference and academia. In this review article, the friction stir based technologies classified under the category of welding are those applied for joining of materials while the remnant are labeled as friction stir processing (FSP) technologies. This review article presents an overview of four general aspects of both the developed and the developing friction stir based technologies, their associated process parameters, metallurgical features of their products and their feasibility and application to various materials. The lesser known and emerging technologies have been emphasized. (C) 2017 Published by Elsevier Ltd on behalf of The editorial office of Journal of Materials Science & Technology.