Consider the construction $G \rtimes \text{Aut}(G)$. Here $ G$ is a group, $\text{Aut}(G)$ is the automorphism group and the semidirect product is over the most obvious action.

1) Is there any name for such a general construction? To me, it seems like the most straight-forward example of a semi-direct product.

2) Are there any surveys over such constructions or any big theorems about the structure of such groups?

3) I'm specifically interested in finding torsional elements when $G = F_2$, the free group of two generators. Is there any result about this special scenario?

Edit: More thoughts about question 3 are below.

As pointed in the comments, if you have any torsional automorphism $\phi$ of the free group (there are good classification theorems for such automorphisms), then a torsional element of the semidirect product will be of the form $(g,\phi)$ such that $g\phi(g)\phi^2(g)... \phi^{k-1}(g)=1$, $k$ being the order of $\phi$.

You can check that any element of the form $(\alpha^{-1} \phi(\alpha),\phi)$ works where $\phi$ is a torsional automorphism and $\alpha \in F_2$. Are these all such elements? Is there a general form of such elements?