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Analysis of the pulsed high-power laser cutting process by using finite element method
(Northern Illinois University, 1999)
A two-dimensional transient model for pulsed high-power laser cutting process is developed. The nondimensional forms of governing equation and the boundary conditions are derived, and the numerical solutions are obtained ...
Finite element-based inverse heat conduction model for the estimation of absorbed surface heat flux
(Northern Illinois University, 2002)
Three-dimensional analysis of the high-power laser cutting process by using finite-element method
(Northern Illinois University, 1993)
The formation of a deep groove by evaporation on a semi-infinite solid is considered. Evaporation removal of material is achieved by focusing a high- power, highly concentrated Gaussian laser beam of constant wattage (CW ...