Laser Beam Welding of a Ti–6Al–4V Support Flange for Buy-to-Fly Reduction
AbstractTitanium and its alloys are increasingly being used in aerospace, although a number of issues must be addressed. Namely, in the framework of welding to produce complex parts, the same mechanical strength and a reduced buy-to-fly ratio are desired in comparison with the same components resulting from machining. To give grounds to actual application of autogenous laser beam welding, Ti–6Al–4V L- and T-joints have been investigated in this paper, as they are a common occurrence in general complex components. Discussions in terms of possible imperfections, microstructure, and microhardness have been conducted. Then, a real part consisting of a support flange for aerospace application has been chosen as a valuable test-article to be compared with its machined counterpart both in terms of strength and buy-to-fly. The feasibility and the effectiveness of the process are shown. View Full-Text
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Caiazzo, F.; Alfieri, V.; Corrado, G.; Argenio, P.; Barbieri, G.; Acerra, F.; Innaro, V. Laser Beam Welding of a Ti–6Al–4V Support Flange for Buy-to-Fly Reduction. Metals 2017, 7, 183.
Caiazzo F, Alfieri V, Corrado G, Argenio P, Barbieri G, Acerra F, Innaro V. Laser Beam Welding of a Ti–6Al–4V Support Flange for Buy-to-Fly Reduction. Metals. 2017; 7(5):183.Chicago/Turabian Style
Caiazzo, Fabrizia; Alfieri, Vittorio; Corrado, Gaetano; Argenio, Paolo; Barbieri, Giuseppe; Acerra, Francesco; Innaro, Vincenzo. 2017. "Laser Beam Welding of a Ti–6Al–4V Support Flange for Buy-to-Fly Reduction." Metals 7, no. 5: 183.
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