Bray, M and Cockburn, A and O'Neill, W (2008) Recent developments of the Laser-assisted Cold Spray process and deposit characterisation. 3rd Pacific International Conference on Applications of Lasers and Optics, PICALO 2008 - Conference Proceedings. pp. 457-462.Full text not available from this repository.
Laser-assisted Cold Spray (LCS) is a new coating and fabrication process which combines the supersonic powder beam found in Cold Spray (CS) with laser heating of the deposition zone. LCS retains the advantages of CS; solid-state deposition, high build rate and the ability to deposit onto a range of substrates, while reducing operating costs by removing the need to use gas heating and helium as the process gas. Recent improvements in powder delivery and laser energy coupling to workpiece have been undertaken to improve deposition efficiency (DE) and build rate, while real-time temperature logging allows greater management of deposition conditions and deposit characteristics.
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