Surface modification of the Cr-based coatings by the pulsed TEA CO2 laser
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The interaction of a transversely excited atmospheric (TEA) CO2 laser with chromium oxynitride (CrON) coating deposited on a AISI 304 steel substrate was considered. The results have shown that CrON was surface-modified by the laser beam of 45 J/cm(2) energy density. The energy absorbed from the TEA CO2 laser beam was partially converted into thermal energy, which has generated a series of effects such as melting, vaporization of the molten material, and shock waves in the vapor and in the solid. Morphological manifestations on the CrON coating surface can be summarized as follows: non-uniform features with ablation and appearance of crater-like form (central zone of interaction); appearance of three damaged areas and presence of hydrodynamic effects with resolidified droplets (periphery zone of interaction). In case of applied energy density the interaction of laser radiation with CrON has been always followed by plasma creation in front of the coating.
Извор:Applied Physics. A: Materials Science and Processing, 2004, 79, 4-6, 1353-1355
ISSN: 0947-8396 (print)