Surface Treatment by Laser-Assisted Techniques
Comesaña, Rafael (editor)
The book “Surface Treatment by Laser-Assisted Techniques” presents state-of-the-art research applications of lasers for surface modification. Applications in a broad spectrum of fields are presented: the aircraft and automotive sector, the manufacturing industry, sensor development, electronics, biomedical engineering, or the energy sector. Several radiation sources are included, from pulsed lasers in the visible and near-infrared regions to continuous-wave mid-infrared laser sources. The different chapters of the book “Surface Treatment by Laser-Assisted Techniques” cover laser texturing at nanoscale and microscale for modification of hydrophobicity, hydrophilicity, and ice nucleation; the production of palladium, platinum and silver nanoparticles for sensor applications; the texturization of composite bioceramics for improved fixation in bone prosthesis; the surface texturization of natural ceramic materials by scanned laser radiation; the laser ablation of interfaces to enhance adhesion in dissimilar joints; the analysis of material thermoelastic response; and the production of highly polished topographies in pulsed laser surface modification. Moreover, the production of high-entropy alloy/diamond composite coatings, the modellization of the gas-powder injection, and the generation of thermal barrier coatings by laser cladding are reported in the last chapters of this book.
KeywordsPd; Pt; FTO; laser irradiations; dewetting; nanoparticles; surface treatment; CO2 laser; scanning system; granite stone; dual-beam; beam shaper; MPFV method; laser polishing; zigzag-square wave; bioceramics; laser ablation; roughness; composites; hip joint prosthesis; cementless cup; bone; silver nanoparticles; electrophoretic deposition; pulsed laser ablation in liquid; laser welding; metal–polymer; thermal contact resistance; generalized thermoelasticity; laser radiation; volumetric absorption; thermal stresses; cooling effect; laser cladding; diamond composite coating; high entropy alloy; high scanning speed; wear resistance; laser-cladding; La2Zr2O7 thermal barrier coating; Ni-based superalloy; high temperature oxidation; thermal shock; extreme high-speed laser material deposition (EHLA); laser material deposition (LMD); coaxial powder nozzle; coating; additive manufacturing; numerical simulation; hydrothermal treatment; micro/nano-hierarchical structures; wetting model; anti-icing; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
History of engineering & technology