26 April 2007 Finite element studies of stress evolution in induction assisted laser cladding
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Proceedings Volume 6346, XVI International Symposium on Gas Flow, Chemical Lasers, and High-Power Lasers; 63461D (2007) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.738143
Event: XVI International Symposium on Gas Flow, Chemical Lasers, and High-Power Lasers, 2006, Gmunden, Austria
Abstract
Cracking in laser cladding caused by inhomogeneous thermal expansion and/or phase transformations restricts the feasible feed rates and the use of high-strength coating materials. In order to better understand the physical reasons of thermal stress and cracking and to reduce the restrictions mentioned, the formation of beads and the evolution of the temperature and stress fields in laser cladding are simulated with and without inductive pre- or post-weld heating. The results of a semi-analytical analysis of the cladding process are transferred to a finite element model which calculates the temperature field, the phase transformations, and the residual stress and strain. These results show that both the danger of cracking due to high residual stress and strain and the distortion of the workpiece by irreversible plastic and thermo-metallurgical strain may be reduced by pre- or post-weld heating using inductors which can be directly integrated into the cladding process.
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F. Brückner, F. Brückner, D. Lepski, D. Lepski, E. Beyer, E. Beyer, } "Finite element studies of stress evolution in induction assisted laser cladding", Proc. SPIE 6346, XVI International Symposium on Gas Flow, Chemical Lasers, and High-Power Lasers, 63461D (26 April 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.738143; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.738143
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