Laser Surface Treatment of Sintered Alumina

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Hagemann, R.; Noelke, C.; Kaierle, S.; Wesling, V.: Laser Surface Treatment of Sintered Alumina. In: Physics Procedia 39 (2012), S. 302-308. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phpro.2012.10.042

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Sintered alumina ceramics are used as refractory materials for industrial aluminum furnaces. In this environment the ceramic surface is in permanent contact with molten aluminum resulting in deposition of oxidic material on its surface. Consequently, a lower volume capacity as well as thermal efficiency of the furnaces follows. To reduce oxidic adherence of the ceramic material, two laser-based surface treatment processes were investigated: a powder- based single-step laser cladding and a laser surface remelting. Main objective is to achieve an improved surface quality of the ceramic material considering the industrial requirements as a high process speed.
License of this version: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Unported
Document Type: Article
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Issue Date: 2012
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