2016
DOI: 10.1115/1.4034893
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Abstract: Laser drilling of alumina is a noncontact material processing method, which has great advantages over the traditional mechanical machining. However, the quality of laser drilling is still a challenge. In this study, a 2D transient model is developed to simulate the underwater laser drilling of alumina, considering the recoil pressure which is generated by adjusting the density of water. The distributions of the temperature, pressure, and velocity during the drilling process are examined. The numerical results …

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