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Volume 344, 2021International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern Problems and Directions of Development of Metal Science and Heat Treatment of Metals and Alloys, Dedicated to the Memory of Academician A. A. Baykov” (MPM 2021)
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|Published online||01 October 2021|
Modeling of the PG-CP4 coating hardness applied to H12M steel and subjected to laser treatment
Vladimir State University named after Alexander and Nikolay Stoletovs, Russian Federation
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The article considers the influence of the radiation power W, the longitudinal feed Spr of the laser beam and the distance L from the protective glass of the laser focusing head to the workpiece on the PG-CP4 coating hardness which was applied to H12M steel by plasma and then subjected to laser treatment. A multi-factor model is established that relates the PG-CP4 coating hardness to the input process factors and allows you to quickly assign a laser treatment mode and to control it in order to improve the quality of the processed surface layer. Increasing W, Spr and L leads to a increase in the HV parameter. The longitudinal feed Spr of the laser beam has the greatest effect on the surface layer hardness, then followed the distance L and radiation power W. The research results are relevant for manufacturing enterprises that implement laser processing processes of materials and design organizations that develop modern laser equipment.
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