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Working Principle of Friction Welding

Working of Friction welding must be carryout by professionals who are knowledgeable in the field. Though it is not a difficult task and it is easy to learn. In a previous post, I discussed the basics of friction welding. Today, you’ll get to know the working of friction welding. 

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Working of Friction Welding

Working of friction welding

Before any operation will be performed, the surface of the workpieces must be prepared. One of the workpieces is mounted on a driven rotor and the other remains in a stationary position.

The rotor rotates the workpiece against the other in order to create friction between them. It rotates on a high speed and a little pressure force is applied toward the stationary workpiece, which is done takes away dirt from the workpiece surface. The rotor stopped when the temperature reaches its limit.

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At this point, very high pressure is forced through the stationary workpiece when they are already in plastic form. The pressure is applied continuously until the whole weld is formed.

Watch the video below to learn how friction welding works:

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That is all for this article, where the working principle of friction welding is being discussed. I hope you get a lot from the reading, if so, kindly share with other students. Thanks for reading, see you next time!

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