Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding the most convincing technique in welding aluminium samples. By this technique, the production rate is high and most of the industries use this technique for mass production. This research deals with the aluminium samples produces high quality welds by joining Al 6063 samples using an Aluminium alloy filler material. By the insertion of the fill material manually, the good weld has been performed using Zirconated tungsten electrode. By varying parameters such as current (Amps), welding speed (mm/min) and gas flow rate (lt/min), the weld strength is achieved and it is measured asoptimum tensile strength (MPa). A Statistical software has been employed for systematic approach to optimize better strength and quality of weldments for corresponding welding parameters.
Volume 11 | 12-Special Issue