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Enhanced aluminum alloy-polymer friction stir welding joints by introducing micro-textures

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Enhanced aluminum alloy-polymer friction stir welding joints by introducing micro-textures. / Wang, W.; Wang, S.; Zhang, X.; Xu, Y.; Tian, Y.; Huang, H.

In: Materials Letters, Vol. 295, 129872, 15.07.2021.

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Wang, W. ; Wang, S. ; Zhang, X. ; Xu, Y. ; Tian, Y. ; Huang, H. / Enhanced aluminum alloy-polymer friction stir welding joints by introducing micro-textures. In: Materials Letters. 2021 ; Vol. 295.

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title = "Enhanced aluminum alloy-polymer friction stir welding joints by introducing micro-textures",
abstract = "In this work, a micro-texture through laser ablation pre-treatment on aluminum alloy surface was designed, which successfully induced high bonding strength of aluminum alloy-polymer friction stir welding joints. The bonding mechanism of aluminum alloy-polymer was attributed to the large mechanical interlocking from the geometric grooves in micro-textures and the formation of C–O–Al bond at the interfaces. This study provides new insight of friction stir welding of metal and polymer through controllable surface pre-treatments. ",
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AB - In this work, a micro-texture through laser ablation pre-treatment on aluminum alloy surface was designed, which successfully induced high bonding strength of aluminum alloy-polymer friction stir welding joints. The bonding mechanism of aluminum alloy-polymer was attributed to the large mechanical interlocking from the geometric grooves in micro-textures and the formation of C–O–Al bond at the interfaces. This study provides new insight of friction stir welding of metal and polymer through controllable surface pre-treatments.

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KW - Polymers

KW - Welding

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KW - Laser ablation

KW - Textures

KW - Alloy surfaces

KW - Bonding mechanism

KW - Bonding strength

KW - Enhanced aluminum

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KW - Micro-texture

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