Determination of corresponding temperature distribution within CFRP during laser cutting

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Bluemel, S.; Staehr, R.; Jaeschke, P.; Stute, U.: Determination of corresponding temperature distribution within CFRP during laser cutting. In: Physics Procedia 41 (2013), S. 408-414. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phpro.2013.03.095

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Laser cutting of carbon fiber reinforced plastics as a thermal process results in a thermal load on the material. Due to the high thermal conductivity of carbon fibers, residual heat is conducted along the fibers, away from the laser interaction zone. Common temperature measurement techniques, such as pyrometry and infrared thermography only allow for observation of the temperature development on the surface of the material. In order to achieve information about the temperature distribution within the material during the cutting process, thermochromes and thermocouples were implemented during the laminating process of CFRP. The cutting tests were performed with a single mode fiber laser emitting a continuous wave and at a wavelength of λ = 1080 nm.
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Issue Date: 2013
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