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A number of private companies and government projects take advantage of the facility's key capabilities, including large-envelope fiber placement equipment, friction stir welding systems, high-speed machining tools, material test labs and manufacturing infrastructure.
Although friction stir welding (FSW) isn't a new process, Honda Motor Co.
Striving to reduce vehicle weight in order to increase fuel economy, Honda focused on Friction Stir Welding (FSW) and developed a new technology for the continuous welding of steel and aluminum.
The two welding processes are Hybrid Laser Arc Welding (HLAW) and Friction Stir Welding (FSW).
A sampling of general themes: aluminum alloys & aerospace structural metallic materials, biomaterials and biomedical applications, surface engineering & coatings, composites, fuel cells, friction stir welding, nanostructured materials, severe plastic deformation, smart materials and processes, superalloys, thin films, steels & thin slab and strip casting, welding and joining, and mechanical behavior & fracture.
Some new processes were developed, such as the infrared welding, the forced mixed extrusion technique, and the friction stir welding (31-33).
The additional accommodation on the estate will enable us to expand and diversify with new technologies, such as Linear Friction Welding and Friction Stir Welding, being provided following Manufacturing Technology Inc's success in these products after its acquisition of TTI.
Laser welding and Friction Stir Welding are the feasible solutions to overcome this problem as characterized as lower heat input welding techniques.