18 December 2014 Thermal stress simulation of multi-pulse laser irradiate on fused silica
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In this article ,we use finite element method to simulate the process of multi-pulse laser irradiate on fused silica. Simulation results show that:during laser pulse radiation, the temperature rise of the laser-radiating fused silica surface center point is nearly linear. During the pulse interval without pulse acting, due to none of thermal source or energy concentration and the fused silica being at cooling phase, the temperature of the laser-radiating fused silica surface center point declines sharply. At the fused silica surface where r=0.6mm, hoop stress turns to be tensile stress. When the next pulse starts to act, the stress increases rapidly once again the maximum value of it is higher than the former one. Thus, we can judge that the laser accumulation acts a major role in increasing tensile stress effect. Meanwhile, we can figure out that the stress increase rate generated by the pulse laser of duty ratio 1:10 is higher than the one of duty ratio 1:20 during the whole procedure. Along with shorter intervals of every two neighbor laser pulses of duty ratio 1:10, the regression time of the tensile stress is comparably shorter. Thus, during the whole laser radiation procedure, the initial tensile stress of every pulse of duty ratio 1:10 is greater than the one of duty ratio 1:20. Hence we obtain the conclusion that, it’s much easier to generate damage when the pulse numbers in unit time increase with other parameters of the laser do not change.
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Ji-xing Cai, Ji-xing Cai, Guang-yong Jin, Guang-yong Jin, Ming Guo, Ming Guo, Hua-dong Yu, Hua-dong Yu, } "Thermal stress simulation of multi-pulse laser irradiate on fused silica", Proc. SPIE 9295, International Symposium on Optoelectronic Technology and Application 2014: Laser Materials Processing; and Micro/Nano Technologies, 92950O (18 December 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2072872; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2072872
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