An exploration of the impact of corrosion on the mechanical properties of materials

Authors

  • Puneet Gupta, Vaishally Dogra

Keywords:

Exploration, Impact, Corrosion, Mechanical, Properties, Materials.

Abstract

Our Research “exploration of the impact of corrosion on the mechanical properties of materials” is a plans to identify the effect of preexfoliation erosion on the proficiency of 2 mm thick 2024-T3 aluminum composite grating mix spot welded (FSSW) joints. Five examples of FSSW joints, welded with 620 r•min−1 rotational speed and a stay season of 10 seconds, were drenched in a peeling erosion answer for five unique times: 10 h, 20 h, 30 h, 40 h, and 50 h. The ductile shear load for the no corroded joint was 3.5 kN. The outcomes showed that the corruption of mechanical properties expanded with expanding openness time, and the joint effectiveness drop came to 62% for examples uncovered for 50 h to the eroded arrangement. As welded FSSW 2024-T3 AA joints showed a piece debonding disappointment mode and a blended mode tractable shear break, in the eroded examples, just a shear crack should have been visible. The outcomes were credited to a decrease in the holding region between the upper and lower sheets because of erosion.

Published

2022-06-25

How to Cite

Puneet Gupta, Vaishally Dogra. (2022). An exploration of the impact of corrosion on the mechanical properties of materials. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems, 28(6), 90–94. Retrieved from http://cims-journal.com/index.php/CN/article/view/745

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