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What does FRW stand for?

FRW stands for Friction Welding

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Some specific topics explored include shear testing of laser spotwelds, direct observation of inclusion formation in low-alloy-steel welds, microstructural development during linear friction welding of titanium alloys, ultrasonic welding of advanced alloys, and weld metal simulation in robotic simulation software.
In 1991, Thomas Wayne from the Welding Institute in UK (TWI) has patented the active rotary element friction welding, FSW, extending the method of using heat generated by friction in order to obtain some joints in the solid state (Colligan, 1999).
Linear friction welding is effective on parts with complex geometry and resins that are difficult to weld with ultrasonics.