Laser Surface Modification of Cemented Carbides, Superalloys, Composites, and Alloys
The ongoing demand for more economical, efficient, and reliable products, especially in automotive and aeronautical industries, requires the use of lightweight and modern materials with excellent mechanical properties. Among many advanced manufacturing technologies, laser technologies are of particular importance. This Special Issue deals with all laser technologies as well as the microstructure change of parts and the evaluation of machined surface integrity. Laser technology occupies an important place in engineering production. In many technological processes, it enables one to make a product of the required properties, required dimensional accuracy, and quality of machined surfaces. Laser technology has been established as the key tool for many material processing applications, in many cases providing the unique properties of materials.
This topic aims to present the latest works in the research and development of laser technology applications. The aim of this Special Issue is to present the latest achievements of theoretical and experimental investigations of laser surface modification of different engineering materials. We welcome articles focusing on laser irradiation influence on different kinds of materials such as cemented carbides, superalloys, composites, and alloys. It is our pleasure to invite you to submit a manuscript to this topic. Full papers, communications, and reviews are welcome for submission.
Dr. Damian Przestacki
Prof. Dr. Michal Kulka
Prof. Dr. Wensheng Li
- functional properties
- specific forefront scanning-based techniques
- laser-assisted machining
- experimental and theoretical approach used in laser technologies
- specific applications of laser
- microstructure analysis
- machining, SEM usage to highlight interaction between different particles
- advanced applications
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