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23 January 2007Influence of surface heating level and scanning velocity on the hardened by laser track width
In order to obtain a properly laser beam hardened track, it is necessary to make a careful selection of scanning
parameters. The paper gives an initial analysis of the impact of surface temperature and scanning velocity on the
hardened track width. The experiment involved laser beam hardening of flat carbon steel specimens.
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Bogusław Grabas, Magdalena Najgeburska, Łukasz Sliwka, Magdalena Maj, "Influence of surface heating level and scanning velocity on the hardened by laser track width," Proc. SPIE 6598, Laser Technology VIII: Applications of Lasers, 65980L (23 January 2007);