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Dynamical behavior of laser-induced nanoparticles during remote processing
Author(s): Tobias Scholz; Klaus Dickmann; Andreas Ostendorf
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Paper Abstract

Laser remote processing is used in a wide field of industrial applications. Among other things, it is characterized by flexible beam guidance in combination with high processing velocities. But in most cases process gas support in the interaction zone is omitted. Consequently, interaction mechanism between the vapor plume and the incident laser radiation can dynamically affect the process stability. Referring to remote welding with high brilliant laser sources having a wavelength around 1 μm, the interaction between the incident laser radiation and formed particles plays an important role. The presented work shows results of the investigation of the laser-induced particle formation during the laser welding of stainless steel with a 2 kW fiber laser under remote conditions. It is therefore concentrated on the dynamical behavior of the laser-induced particle formation and the dependence of the particle formation on the laser beam power. TEM images of formed particles were analyzed. In addition, the radiation of a LED was directed through the vapor plume. On the one hand, the dynamic of the attenuation was considered. On the other hand, the Rayleigh approximation was used in order to evaluate the detected signals.

Paper Details

Date Published: 20 February 2014
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 8963, High-Power Laser Materials Processing: Lasers, Beam Delivery, Diagnostics, and Applications III, 896303 (20 February 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2035197
Show Author Affiliations
Tobias Scholz, Fachhochschule Münster (Germany)
Klaus Dickmann, Fachhochschule Münster (Germany)
Andreas Ostendorf, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum (Germany)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 8963:
High-Power Laser Materials Processing: Lasers, Beam Delivery, Diagnostics, and Applications III
Friedhelm Dorsch, Editor(s)

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