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Chapter 8 Numerical Simulation of Laser Processing Materials: An Engineering Approach by Guillaume Savriama and Nadjib Semmar

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  • Laser Machining
  • Multiphysics Simulation
  • Design Of Experiment
  • [Spi.Gproc] Engineering Sciences [Physics]/Chemical And Process Engineering
  • [Spi.Nano] Engineering Sciences [Physics]/Micro And Nanotechnologies/Microelectronics
  • [Spi.Opti] Engineering Sciences [Physics]/Optics / Photonic
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Abstract

The following chapter aims at giving an overview of the use of numerical simulation in the field of laser processing. Indeed, the past two decades saw an increasing demand for lasers in various areas such as healthcare, microelectronics, cartography, optoelectronics, aeronautics, etc. Thus, the comprehension of the laser-material interaction and the removal mechanism became primordial to predict and improve the efficiency of a process. After a nonexhaustive literature review, two simulation approaches (Finite Element and Design Of Experiment, DOE) will be presented to demonstrate the importance of numerical simulation in laser applications.Keywords: laser machining, multiphysics simulation, design of experiment

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