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Plasma Dynamics and Pulse Shape Rules in Laser Heating of Opaque Targets in Air
تأثير ديناميكية البلازما و شكل النبضة في التسخين الليزري للأهداف المعتمة في الهواء

Author: Bassam Hanna Habib بسام حنا حبيب
Journal: Iraqi Journal of Physics المجلة العراقية للفيزياء ISSN: 20704003 Year: 2010 Volume: 8 Issue: 12 Pages: 65-73
Publisher: Baghdad University جامعة بغداد

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A theoretical model is developed to determine time evolution of temperature at the surface of an opaque target placed in air for cases characterized by the formation of laser supported absorption waves (LSAW) plasmas. The model takes into account both plasma dynamics and time variation of incident laser pulse (i.e. pulse shape or profile).Shock tube relations were employed in formulating plasma dynamics over target surface. Gaussian function was chosen in formulating the pulse profile in the present modeling.

تم تطوير نموذج نظري لأحتساب التغير الزمني للحرارة عند اسطح الأجسام المعتمة في الهواء للحالات المصاحبة بتولد بلازما الأمتصاص المعززة بالليزر) LSAW ). يأخد النموذج الحالي في الحسبان كل من ديناميكية البلازما و التغير الزمني للنبضة الليزرية (شكل النبضة). تم استخدام بعض معادلات انبوبة موجة العصف (Shock Tube Relations) في نمذجة ديناميكية البلازما عند سطح الهدف. تم اعتماد الدالة الكاوسية لصياغة النبضة الليزرية في النمذجة الحالية.


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Numerical Analysis of the Effect of Scanning Speed on the Temperature Field Distribution for Laser Heat Treatment Applications

Author: Furat I. Hussein Al-Najjar
Journal: AL-NAHRAIN JOURNAL FOR ENGINEERING SCIENCES مجلة النهرين للعلوم الهندسية ISSN: 25219154 / eISSN 25219162 Year: 2018 Volume: 21 Issue: 2 Pages: 213-222
Publisher: Al-Nahrain University جامعة النهرين

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One of the unique properties of laser heating applications is its powerful ability for precise pouring of energy on the needed regions in heat treatment applications. The rapid rise in temperature at the irradiated region produces a high temperature gradient, which contributes in phase metallurgical changes, inside the volume of the irradiated material. This article presents a comprehensive numerical work for a model based on experimentally laser heated AISI 1110 steel samples. The numerical investigation is based on the finite element method (FEM) taking in consideration the temperature dependent material properties to predict the temperature distribution within the irradiated material volume. The finite element analysis (FEA) was carried out using the APDL scripting language (ANSYS Parametric Design Language) that is provided by the commercial code ANSYS. Infrared (IR) thermography technique was used to explore the workpiece surface and to validate the obtained results. The work takes into account the effect of different speeds of the laser beam and pulses overlap on the temperature pattern of the material surface and depth.

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