21 October 2016 Study on the laser irradiation effects on coating reinforced glass fiber/resin composite material
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Abstract
Two kinds of anti-laser coating made of reflective / ablative resin, called reinforcement schemes of A and B, are applied to the glass fiber reinforced resin matrix composite plate. The anti-laser performance of these samples to the laser operated at the wavelength of 976nm is tested, under the case of a 0.3 Mach tangential airflow pass over the surface of the sample. The experimental results show that the laser damage threshold of the coating reinforced samples have increased more than 50% compared to the original sample, the reinforcement scheme B is better than A. The laser power density damage threshold of the coating reinforced samples to the near infrared laser is higher than 100W/cm2, under the irradiation time is 60 seconds. For the resin reinforced fiber samples, the removal process of the ablation residues has important effects on the perforation time of samples, when there is a strong airflow pass over the surface. The larger laser spot corresponding to the removal of the ablation residues is easier.
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Minsun Chen, Minsun Chen, Houman Jiang, Houman Jiang, Tianyu Zhang, Tianyu Zhang, Xiangyu Zhang, Xiangyu Zhang, } "Study on the laser irradiation effects on coating reinforced glass fiber/resin composite material", Proc. SPIE 9990, High-Power Lasers 2016: Technology and Systems, 99900G (21 October 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2241250; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2241250
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