12 November 1986 Experimental Study Of Metallurgical Evolutions In Metallic Alloys Induced By Laser Generated High Pressure Shocks
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Abstract
Some preliminary results are presented concerning the damages and the evolutions of metallurgical properties of Fe-C alloys induced by laser shock waves at two different laser wavelengths. In the present work, changes induced by laser shocking have been measured : pressure, microhardness, residual stresses. In addition microstructural variations at the surface and in depth have been observed.
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R Fabbro, J Fournier, E Fabre, E Leberichel, Th Hannau, C Corbet, "Experimental Study Of Metallurgical Evolutions In Metallic Alloys Induced By Laser Generated High Pressure Shocks", Proc. SPIE 0668, Laser Processing: Fundamentals, Applications, and Systems Engineering, (12 November 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.938920; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.938920
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