2018
DOI: 10.1016/j.procir.2018.08.043
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Weld pool shape observation in high power laser beam welding

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“…Thus, one possible reason of this deviations could be the different heat diffusion phenomena along the sheets that takes place in welds with different thicknesses. While few experimental observations of the molten pool are available in previous studies like the one by Artinov et al [24], several published numerical results indicates that the width of the molten pool is usually larger (transversal direction), as shown by Zhan et al [15], and longer (longitudinal direction), as shown by Artinov et al [25], on the weld top rather on the bottom, contrary to what was found in this work (Fig. 8c).…”
Section: Numerical Resultscontrasting
confidence: 85%
“…Thus, one possible reason of this deviations could be the different heat diffusion phenomena along the sheets that takes place in welds with different thicknesses. While few experimental observations of the molten pool are available in previous studies like the one by Artinov et al [24], several published numerical results indicates that the width of the molten pool is usually larger (transversal direction), as shown by Zhan et al [15], and longer (longitudinal direction), as shown by Artinov et al [25], on the weld top rather on the bottom, contrary to what was found in this work (Fig. 8c).…”
Section: Numerical Resultscontrasting
confidence: 85%
“…Artinov et al observe the weld pool geometry by means of a high-speed camera and an infrared camera recording. The observations show that the dimensions of the weld pool vary depending on the depth [63]. Further sensor combinations like that of blending electrical signals and highspeed photography have been shown to lead to defect detection during laser welding [64].…”
Section: A Hybrid Data Collectionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…On the other hand, the numerical simulations need detailed validation through experimental work. Hereto, one current approach is to use camera observations of the weld pool flow through a lateral quartz glass [47][48][49] not exclusively for electromagnetic application and analysis. In the end, it is an interaction between the two approaches, which leads to enhanced analysis options.…”
Section: Synthesismentioning
confidence: 99%