PROGRESS IN SURFACE ENGINEERING RESEARCH AT DREA

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Authors
  1. Hyatt, C.V.
  2. Magee, K.
  3. Cunningham, J.M.
  4. Betancourt, T.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Atlantic, Dartmouth NS (CAN)
Abstract
DREA's progress in laser surface engineering research in the past year included determining the optimum process window for laser surface melting nickel aluminum bronze alloys, determining how laser treatment conditions affect laser induced surface topography, developing and applying a laboratory scale method of laser cladding and developing a method to assess preferential dissolution of alpha in the heat-affected zone of laser treated or laser clad nickel aluminum bronze. In addition the characteristics of electrostatic discharge machined surfaces of TERFENOL-D were examined.
Report Number
DREA-NAMT-93-1-PAP-4 — CONTAINED IN 99-00578
Date of publication
30 Apr 1993
Number of Pages
6
DSTKIM No
99-00582
CANDIS No
510309
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Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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