Published January 1987
by Ifs (Publications) UK .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
Lasers now play a major part in the processing of the disparate materials used in engineering and manufacturing. The range of procedures in which they are involved is ever increasing. With this growing prominence comes a need for clear and instructive textbooks to teach the next generation of laser users. The informal style of Laser Material Processing (3rd Edition) will guide you smoothly /5(2). Advanced Manufacturing Techniques Using Laser Material Processing explores the latest methodologies for using lasers in materials manufacturing and production, the benefits of using lasers in industrial settings, as well as future outlooks for this technology. This innovative publication is an essential reference source for professionals. Laser materials processing has made tremendous progress and is now at the forefront of industrial and medical applications. The book describes recent advances in smart and nanoscaled materials going well beyond the traditional cutting and welding applications. The purpose of the book is to show how general principles can be used to obtain insight into laser processes. The principles used may come from fundamental physical theory or from direct observation of experimental results, but an understanding of the general characteristics of the behaviour of a process is essential for intelligent investigation and implementation, whether the approach is.
Laser Material Processing (3rd Edition) will be of use as university or industrial course material for senior undergraduate, graduate and non-degree technical training in optoelectronics, laser processing and advanced manufacturing. Practising engineers and technicians in these areas will also find the book an authoritative source of. About this book Coverage of the most recent advancements and applications in laser materials processing This book provides state-of-the-art coverage of the field of laser materials processing, from fundamentals to applications to the latest research topics. The content is divided into three succinct parts. Thulium laser systems emitting around µm can be pumped very efficient nearby nm, when the cross relaxation process, which populates the upper laser level, is exploited very well. Output powers close to 1 kW and slope efficiencies of up to 68 % have recently been reported. M. Sparkes, W.M. Steen, in Advances in Laser Materials Processing (Second Edition), Economic Impact of Laser Materials Processing. It was the original intention of the authors to look at the current state of the laser materials processing industry and its effect upon the global economy.
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 . The high-power fiber laser. The development in the output power of solid-state fiber laser source has resulted in the increasing interest in the use of the high brightness fiber laser in macro laser material processing applications, especially cutting and welding of metal .The essence of the design of the high-power fiber laser (a solid-state laser) is the improved cooling of the laser. DOI link for Laser Materials Processing. Laser Materials Processing book. Laser Materials Processing. DOI link for Laser Materials Processing. Laser Materials Processing book. Edited By Leonard R. Migliore. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 8 October Pub. location Boca Raton. Fundamentals of Laser Surface Processing One of the major advantages of the laser as a tool for material processing is the abil-ity to precisely control where in the material and at what rate energy is deposited. This control is exercised throughthe properselection of laser processing parameters to achieve the desired material modiﬁcation.