Effects of advanced laser processing on the microstructure and residual stresses of H13 tool steel

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Trojan, Karel; Ocelík, Václav; Ganev, Nikolaj; Němeček, Stanislav; Čapek, Jiří;
  • Publisher: Technical University of Kosice
  • Subject: Cladding | Microstructure | Laser processing | H13 tool steel | Residual stresses

The aim of this paper is to describe the effects of laser processing on the microstructure and residual stresses of laser cladded H13 tool steel on the classical construct steel S355 substrate. This research paper concludes that in this case of laser cladding, phase tra... View more
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