Optimization of Laser Beam Welding On Titanium Material

EOI: 10.11242/viva-tech.01.04.147

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Aniket Manohar Jadhav, "Optimization of Laser Beam Welding On Titanium Material", VIVA-IJRI Volume 1, Issue 4, Article 147, pp. 1-4, 2021. Published by Computer Engineering Department, VIVA Institute of Technology, Virar, India.


The use of titanium materials in some sections of mass-produced automobiles and in the aerospace sector has increased recently.Titanium materials however, are distinguished by difficult surface roughness, high melting point, dimensional stability, good thermal expansion, and high oxygen reactivity, overshadowing traditional production methods. To this purpose, the need for more advanced methods for the development of low-cost titanium materials is pressing. For the manufacture of titanium materials, many joining methods have been considered over the years. However, due to its efficiency, high specific heat input, and efficiency, laser beam welding offers an effective alternative for titanium welding. To present, the strength of the laser-welded titanium materials can be close to the original material under optimum operating conditions; some processing issues, such as lower elongation and shock resistance combined with lower fatigue properties, are still present. The laser beam welding on titanium materials is checked in this research work. There are also various types of parameters tested, such as nozzle size, focal length, pulse frequency and pulse duration. Experiment design is applied using the Taguchi method design method. The research will be carried out after the design of the experiment using the Taguchi Process, and the optimum result will be chosen.


Laser beam welding, Titanium Material, Taguchi Method.


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