Dimensionless numbers for predicting process parameter boundaries in friction surfacing
This shared data contains the following files: Appendix A: Dimensional analyses and generation of dimensionless numbers Appendix B: Variation of heat flux with dimensionless numbers Appendix C: Tensile testing for friction surfaced specimen Appendix D: Experimental data from friction surfacing of 6060 Aluminum Appendix E: Experimental data from friction surfacing of 304L Stainless steel Appendix F: Videos of friction surfacing experiments The data presented in this study was collected by Hemant Agiwal, Christian Baumann, Stephan Krall, Friedrich Bleicher, and Frank E. Pfefferkorn. This research used resources at the Mechanical Engineering department, University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Institute of Production Engineering and Photonic Technologies, TU Wien. The study was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (Grant DE - NE0008801), and the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation endowed professorship (FFG Project Number 846946) Submitted manuscript: Agiwal, Hemant, Christian Baumann, Stephan Krall, Friedrich Bleicher, and Frank E. Pfefferkorn. “Dimensionless numbers for predicting process parameter boundaries in friction surfacing.” CIRP Annals (2023).
Steps to reproduce
Friction surfacing experiments can be performed using any 3-axis CNC milling machine. The consumable rod is clamped in any of the available standard chucks for the corresponding machine. A simplistic g-code provides the deposition path, where the rod is plunged and then traversed in lateral and axial directions simultaneously. As received cylindrical rods and plates can be used for the experiments, however, prior cleaning of any surface oxides or contaminants is needed for best bonding results.The experiment can be performed in both force and position control mode. The experimental setups generally require a force/ torque capturing device to ensure the loads do not exceed the bearing separation forces of the machine. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
U.S. Department of Energy
DE - NE0008801
Austrian Marshall Plan Endowed Professorship
FFG Project Number 846946