Direct Calculation of Optimized Laser Power Density Profiles for Laser Heating

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Römer, Gert-Willem R.B.E. and Graaf de, Roelof F. (2000) Direct Calculation of Optimized Laser Power Density Profiles for Laser Heating. In: 15th meeting on modelling of material processing with lasers (M4PL15), 19-21 January 2000, Igls/Innsbruck, Austria.

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Abstract:Laser surface heating requires a well defined temperature profile. In this paper the inverse problem of heat conduction in solids is solved, based on the two-dimensional Fourier transform. That is, the required power density profile of the laser beam can be calculated directly from a desired temperature field. Problems and errors introduced by calculations on a finite grid and by physically impossible temperature gradients are addressed to
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