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10 October 2020 Energy absorption and distribution characteristics in additive manufacturing with a laser-induced boiling front on the wire tip
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The metallurgical and thermophysical process in the laser melting filer wire process are complex, and the interaction between the laser - metal wire - substrate makes the energy distribution requirements more demanding. In order to study the energy coupling mechanism in the high deposition efficiency achieved by inducing a boiling front, the existing characteristics are firstly explored. The author studies the laser energy distribution rules on the boiling front and the substrate surface by the main process parameters and gives an optimal parameter adjustment range theoretically, which has a guiding significance for the actual machining process. In addition, comparing the heat conduction loss of the new method and the common additive manufacturing process (feeding solid wire into the melting pool of substrate), the calculating result reveals that the new additive manufacturing method proposed by our group plays a more positive role on improving the energy coupling efficiency.
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Shihui Guo and Rongshi Xiao "Energy absorption and distribution characteristics in additive manufacturing with a laser-induced boiling front on the wire tip", Proc. SPIE 11546, Advanced Laser Processing and Manufacturing IV, 1154609 (10 October 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2575151
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