An Analytical Model to Predict and Minimize the Residual Stress of Laser Cladding Process

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Tamanna, N.; Crouch, R.S.; Kabir, I. R.; Naher, S.;

Laser Cladding is one of the advanced thermal techniques used to repair or modify the surface properties of high value components such as tools, military and aerospace parts. Tensile residual stresses are formed in the thermally treated area of this process. This work f... View more
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