26 June 2017 Features of the estimation of temperature distribution on the bead formed by the laser aided metal powder deposition
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The estimation of temperature variations in five regions of layer track is fulfilled in two different cases of layer track formation: laser aided metal powder deposition and selective laser melting with a pre-deposited layer of metal powder. The peculiarities of the multichannel pyrometer have been described, and the advantages of the application of spectralratio pyrometer in diagnostics in the additive laser technologies have been demonstrated. A set of measurements of the temperature distribution in the region of exposure to laser radiation during a bead formation in technology of laser aided metal powder deposition with powder injection has been performed at the specific energy input of J=90 MJ/kg. The dependences of the temperature on scanning velocity, laser power and powder thickness have been derived in the technology of selective laser melting. It has been shown that the maximum temperature of the track surface is little changed in the wide range of variation of the calculated parameter of specific energy input J=4…20 MJ/kg, the bead width is here increased as J grows. The increase of J above a certain value J0 leads to a rise in the temperature at the bead axis. For the experimental conditions with the track width around 1 mm, the character value is estimated as J0 = 24 MJ/kg. It has been shown that J0 depends inversely on the track width.
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Yuri N. Zavalov, Alexander V. Dubrov, Fikret Kh. Mirzade, Vladimir D. Dubrov, "Features of the estimation of temperature distribution on the bead formed by the laser aided metal powder deposition", Proc. SPIE 10329, Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection X, 1032942 (26 June 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2270239; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2270239
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