29 April 2003 Cow-eye microstructure evolution of laser pulse processed for ductile iron
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Proceedings Volume 5058, Optical Technology and Image Processing for Fluids and Solids Diagnostics 2002; (2003); doi: 10.1117/12.509913
Event: Optical Technology and Image Processing for Fluids and Solids Diagnostics 2002, 2002, Beijing, China
Abstract
Pulsed laser beam with lattice distribution was used to modify surface processing for ductile iron. The microstructures around the graphite were observed using OM, and Nanoindentation and micro-hardness of that measured from surface to inner of sample. The result shows that the graphite ball has an important effect on cow-eye microstructure evolution either in light molten area or in phase change hardened are. It is not true that assuming the material is uniform during laser rapid heating and fast cooling for the graphite ball as a dependant composition phase. The microstructures of cow-eye is made up of fine remnant austenite in light molten area, and consisted of martensite and bainite in laser modified are. The cow-eye microstructure has a transformation from martensite and bainite to pearlite with the distance increasing from surfce. At last, the microstructure evolution of cow-eye has been discussed.
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Fahai Ba, Cuihua Gan, Gang Yu, "Cow-eye microstructure evolution of laser pulse processed for ductile iron", Proc. SPIE 5058, Optical Technology and Image Processing for Fluids and Solids Diagnostics 2002, (29 April 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.509913; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.509913
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