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Laser-surface interactions for new materials production

tailoring structure and properties
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Springer , Heidelberg, New York
Laserstrahlung, Oberfläche, Lasers, Wechselwirkung, Impulslaserbeschichten, Modifizierung, Industrial applica
StatementAntonio Miotello, Paolo M. Ossi, editors
SeriesSpringer series in materials science -- 130, Springer series in materials science -- v. 130.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA1675 .L37633 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 358 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25155952M
ISBN 103642033067
ISBN 139783642033063, 9783642033070
LC Control Number2009934001
OCLC/WorldCa428029333

The book grew from the lectures of the International School "Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: tailoring structure and properties" held in Venice (Italy) from 13 to 20 July, It is an updated overview concerning nanosecond and ultra-short laser-induced phenomena, and the Format: Paperback.

About this book The book grew from the lectures of the International School "Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: tailoring structure and properties" held in Venice (Italy) from 13 to 20 July, It is an updated overview concerning nanosecond and ultra-short laser-induced phenomena, and the related diagnostics.

The book grew from the lectures of the International School "Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: tailoring structure and properties" held in Venice (Italy) from 13 to 20 July, It is an updated overview concerning nanosecond and ultra-short laser-induced phenomena, and the.

Laser-Surface Interactions for New Materials Production: Tailoring Structure and Properties, Springer Series in Materials Science, Volume ISBN. This book originates from lectures delivered at the First International School “ Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: tailoring structure and properties ” that was held in San Servolo Island, Venice (Italy) from 13 to.

Laser interactions with materials have unique advantages for exploring the rapid synthesis, processing, and in situ characterization of high-quality and novel nanoparticles, nanotubes, and.

of Laser-Materials Interactions 47 Molecular Dynamics Method 47 Laser-surface interactions for new materials production book MD Model for Simulation of Laser Interactions with Molecular Systems 48 Combined Continuum-Atomistic Model for Simulation of Laser Interactions with Metals 51 Boundary Conditions: Pressure Waves and Heat Conduction "Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: tailoring structure and properties" Home.

News. Presentations. Last update: Jul Isola di San Servolo, Venice, Italy July 11 - 18, The school is endorsed by: The school is sponsored by. The book provides the basic information about lasers and acquaints the reader with both common applications of laser-surface interactions (laser-related printers, scanners, barcode readers, discs, material processing, military, holography, medicine, etc) and unusual uses of the processes on the surfaces under the action of lasers (art conservation, rangefinders and velocimeters, space and earth explorations, surface engineering and ablation.

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This book provides an overview of the different techniques, the laser-material interactions and the advantages and disadvantages for different applications. Part one looks at laser heat treatment, part two covers laser additive manufacturing such as laser-enhanced electroplating, and part three discusses laser micromachining, structuring and.

Description of Laser-Surface Interactions This book provides an overview on nanosecond and ultra-short laser-induced phenomena and the related diagnostics. It grew from the lectures of the International School “Laser-surface interactions for new materials production” held in July Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Laser-Material Interaction and Application to Multiscale Surface Modification Matthew S.

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Brown and Craig B. Arnold Abstract Lasers provide the ability to accurately deliver large amounts of energy into confined regions of a material. The book provides a unique overview on laser techniques and applications for the purpose of improving adhesion by altering surface chemistry and topography/morphology of the substrate.

It details laser surface modification techniques for a wide range of industrially relevant materials (plastics, metals, ceramics, composites) with the aim to. This book originates from lectures delivered at the First International School "Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: tailoring structure and properties" that was held in San Servolo Island, Venice (Italy) from 13 to 20 July, under the direction of A.

Miotello and P. Edition: Ed. This SI is dedicated to recent progress in Laser Science and Technology, in particular in the field of laser materials processing and synthesis. The main objective is to revisit the basic phenomena involved in the interaction of wide range of laser systems still new and efficient devices including smart optics, high and low repetition rate processing as well as high and low beam fluences.

2nd International School on "Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: Tailoring structure and properties", Isola di San Servolo, Venice, Italy. Laser–Material Interactions for Flexible Applications Daniel J.

Joe Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daehak‐ro, Yuseong‐gu, Daejeon, Republic of KoreaCited by: 4 1 Lasers: Fundamentals, Types, and Operations N N E 0 E E 1 E 3 E 0 E E 1 2 Fast decay Fast decay Fast decay Pumping Pumping Lasing Lasing (a) (b) Figure Energy level diagram for (a) three- and (b) four level laser systems.

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N 1 to achieve the condition of population inversion between E 2 and E 1 at moderate pumping. Threshold Gain Coefficient for Lasing Laser beam undergoes. Get this from a library. Laser-surface interactions for new materials production: tailoring structure and properties. [Antonio Miotello; Paolo M Ossi;].

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This volume discusses the basic principles necessary to understand lasers, explains laser interactions with materials, and surveys the wide variety of industrial applications of the major laser types, covering in detail the operating mechanisms of carbon dioxide, Nd:YAG, and excimer by: Laser interaction with materials: introduction Claude R.

Phipps,1,* Leonid Zhigilei,2 Pavel Polynkin,3 Thomas Baumert,4 Thierry Sarnet,5 Nadezhda Bulgakova,6 Willy Bohn,7 and Juergen Reif8 1Photonic Associates, LLC, A Ojo de la Vaca, Santa Fe, New MexicoUSA 2Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Virginia, McCormick Road.

Laser surface modification of biomaterials enables the production of hybrid materials with different functionality in the bulk as well as the thin, sub-micrometer surface layer. This book will provide readers with a comprehensive review of the technology and its applications.

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Įvertinimų nėra. Įvertink ir tu. Įvertink ir tu. Visi atsiliepimai. Formatai:The new materials, for instance, alloy steels, are usually costly, which is undesirable because the higher cost of material mean a higher the price for the finished product.

However, if an element is to be subjected to high loads, then strength—rather than cost—is the primary factor. Surface Dynamics Lab Laser-Materials Interactions.

Recent Studies in Laser-Surface Interactions UHV Vacuum System holding samples, manipulators, and instruments such as mass spectrometers for analyzing laser induced particle emissions. we see evidence of accompanying defect production.

The new method, reported in a Journal of Applied Physics paper published online, uses short-wavelength, high-fluence (energy per unit area) laser Author: Breanna Bishop.

Laser wavelengths used in material processing extend from ultraviolet to infrared and include the visible spectra. Typical laser types and their wavelengths are listed in Table addition to laser type, there are many important aspects of laser selection, including laser cavity design, delivery optics, and laser-material interaction.

In other cases, the types of measurements are new. We describe construction of equipment for measurements of the angular distribution of ions emitted in the laser-surface interaction, and describe preliminary measurements on the angular distribution.

The equipment construction and the new measurements represent a transition point in this work. Laser-surface modification of novel materials, such as high-entropy alloys and metallic glasses, is explored. The article provides an overview of hybrid techniques involving laser as a secondary tool, as well as a discussion on the improved capabilities of laser surface engineering for tribological applications by means of integrated.

Laser and Materials Interactions. “This improved understanding of the fundamental mechanisms of the laser–materials interactions is important from the practical point of view,” says Zhigilei, “because it enables an intelligent design of new laser applications.” JICS realizes its vision by taking full advantage of petascale-and.Lasers in Manufacturing and Materials Processing provides an international forum for exchanging information on the development and application of laser technology across the fields of manufacturing and materials processing.

The emphasis is on innovation, enhancing fundamental understanding of laser-matter interaction, numerical modeling, new experimental methods and results, practical uses .A surface treatment used to harden or clad surfaces of ferrous metals.

For hardening, a laser beam with a high power density heats a small area on the surface of the workpiece, causing changes to the atoms in the lattice of the material (austenite). As the beam moves away, to another spot on the surface, the heated area is rapidly cooled by the surrounding metal (self-quenching).