Advanced Materials, Structures and Processing Technologies Based on Pulsed Laser
Rong, Youmin (editor)
Wu, Congyi (editor)
Huang, Yu (editor)
Pulsed lasers are lasers with a single laser pulse width of less than 0.25 s, operating only once in every certain time interval. Commonly used pulsed lasers are nanosecond, femtosecond, and picosecond lasers. A pulsed laser produces short pulses with a short interaction time with the material, which can largely avoid impact on the thermal movement of molecules and has a minimal thermal impact on the surrounding materials, thus having significant advantages in precision microfabrication. It is now widely used in flexible electronics, chips, medicine, and other fields, such as photographic resin curing, microwelding, vision correction, heart stent manufacturing, etc. However, as an emerging processing technology, the application prospects of pulsed lasers have yet to be fully expanded, and there is still a need to continuously explore the mechanisms of interaction with materials, to manufacture advanced functional structures, and to develop advanced process technologies.
Keywordswettability; electrodes; laser structuring; spread area; electrolyte; wetting time; oxide dispersion strengthened steel; ODS Eurofer; laser welding; microstructure; EBSD; laser diodes; pulsed and continuous wave (cw) regimes; medical applications; dermatology; laryngology; laser micro-cutting; PI film; contact spacer; tactile sensor; laser surface texturing; hardness; Zr-based metallic glass; laser processing; PET film; transparent polymer; temperature field; ultraviolet nanosecond pulse laser; laser photothermal ablation; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues