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[1] Heat accumulation effects in short-pulse multi-pass cutting of carbon fiber reinforced plastics / T. V. Kononenko, C. Freitag, M. S. Komlenok et al. // Journal of Applied Physics. — 2015. — Vol. 118, no. 10. The formation of a matrix evaporation zone (MEZ) in carbon fiber reinforced plastics during multi-pass laser cutting with picosecond laser pulses is studied for a wide range of pulse frequencies (f(p) = 10-800 kHz) and feed rates (v(f) = 0.002-10 m/s). Three regimes of the formation of the MEZ are found and related with different heat accumulation effects: (i) small MEZ (<2 mu m) with negligible heat accumulation, (ii) moderate-size MEZ (up to a few hundred microns) determined by heat accumulation between pulses, and (iii) large MEZ (up to a few millimeters) caused by heat accumulation between scans. The dependence of the size of the MEZ on the number of scans and the scan frequency was studied to distinguish the two heat accumulation effects (between pulses and between scans), which occur on different time-scales. A diagram to illustrate the boundaries between the three regimes of the formation of the MEZ as a function of feed rate and pulse frequency is proposed as a promising base for further studies and as a useful tool to optimize the processing parameters in practice. (C) 2015 AIP Publishing LLC. [ DOI ]

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