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Research Article Open Access
Friction stir welding (FSW) is an innovative solid state joining technique and has been employed in aerospace, rail, automotive and marine industries for joining aluminum, magnesium, zinc and copper alloys. In this process, parameters play a major role in deciding the weld quality these parameters. Using predictive modelling for mechanical properties of FSW not only reduce experiments but also is created standard model for predict outcomes. Therefore, this paper is undertaken to develop a model to predict the microstructure and mechanical properties of FSW. The proposed model is based on Ring Probabilistic logic Neural Network (RPLNN) and optimize it utilizing Genetic Algorithms (GA). The simulation results show that performance of the RPLNN algorithm with utilizing Genetic Algorithm optimizing technique compared to real data is reliable to deal with function approximation problems, and it is capable of achieving a solution in few convergence time steps with powerful and reliable results.