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Surface Modification and Alloying by Laser, Ion, and Electron Beams (Nato Conference Series VI, Materials Science)

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metallurgy (Specific Aspects),
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Physics,
  • Technical & Manufacturing Trades,
  • Science / Physics,
  • Alloys,
  • Congresses,
  • Effect of radiation on,
  • Metals,
  • Surfaces

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages414
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    Open LibraryOL9851128M
    ISBN 100306413736
    ISBN 109780306413735

    is the resulting ion. The electrons may be created by an arc discharge between a cathode and an anode.. An electron beam ion source (EBIS) is used in atomic physics to produce highly charged ions by bombarding atoms with a powerful electron beam. Its principle of operation is shared by the electron beam ion trap.. Electron capture ionization. Electron capture ionization (ECI) is the ionization.


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Surface Modification and Alloying by Laser, Ion, and Electron Beams (Nato Conference Series VI, Materials Science) by J.M. Poate Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is an outcome of the NATO institute on surface modification which was held in Trevi, Surface modification and alloying by ion, electron or laser beams is proving to be one of the most burgeoning areas of materials science.

The field covers such diverse areas as integrated circuit. Surface modification and alloying by ion, electron or laser beams is proving to be one of the most burgeoning areas of materials science.

The field covers such diverse areas as integrated circuit processing to fabricating wear and corrosion resistant surfaces on mechanical : Hardcover. Surface Modification and Alloying by Laser, Ion, and Electron Beams Series: Studies in the Natural Sciences, Vol. 8 This book is an outcome of the NATO institute on surface modification which was held in Trevi, Surface modification and alloying by ion, electron or laser beams is proving to be one of the most burgeoning areas of materials science.

Surface modification and alloying by ion, electron or laser beams is proving to be one of the most burgeoning areas of materials science. The field covers such diverse areas as integrated circuit processing to fabricating wear and corrosion resistant surfaces on mechanical components.

" Surface modification and alloying by ion, electron or laser beams is proving to be one of the most burgeoning areas of materials science.

and associated physical properties produced The chapters constitute a critical review of the various subjects covered at Trevi.

Surface Modification and Alloying: Aluminum. Abstract. Ion implantation in combination with electron or laser beam pulsed heating provides a way to adjust the surface composition and microstructure of alloys independently of the usual equilibrium by: 7.

Fourth, LEHCEB sources have considerable advantages (reliability, high efficiency, low cost, non-dangerous X-radiation levels) over pulsed lasers and high-power ion beam sources, which are used for surface treatment of materials.

This paper reviews some new results of studies on the LEHCEB modification of microstructure and properties of metallic and hard alloys as well as surface alloying by: Various aspects concerning the use of laser beams and electron beams for thermal surface modification are discussed. INTRODUCTION Surface-limited thermal treatment can be carried out with both laser beams and electron beams'.

With a heat penetration of some micrometres to about 1 cm they enable a modification Cited by: This article concerns the foundations of a new technology for surface modification of metallic materials based on the use of original sources of low-energy, high-current electron beams.

The sources contain an electron gun with an explosive-emission cathode and a plasma anode, placed in a guide magnetic field. The acceleration gap and the transportation channel are prefilled with plasma with Cited by:   Source title: Surface Modification and Alloying: By Laser, Ion, And Electron Beams (Studies In The Natural Sciences) (Studies in the Natural Sciences (8)) The Physical Object Format.

Surface alloying of metals by nanosecond laser pulses under transparent overlays Journal of Applied Phys ( Surface Modification and Alloying by Laser, Ion and Electron Beams, edited by J.

Poate, G. Foti, and D. Jacobson. (Plenum, New York, ).Cited by: 5. The low-energy high-current pulsed electron beam (LEHCPEB) process is a fairly new surface modification technique [1, 2]. The LEHCPEB sources have been first developed for surface treatment of materials by Proskurovsky and Ozur in Tomsk (Russia) [1–3].Cited by: Surface modification of materials using pulsed electron beams.

Using intensive pulsed electron beams, energy can be deposited into surface layers of materials very efficiently and fast. Material surfaces are melted with a single pulse to a depth of up to µm depending on the specific energy input ( J/cm²).

In Ion Beam Mixing new surface alloys are produced by a combination of vacuum deposition and ion irradiation. One may wonder what the advantages are of this combination. Indeed one may ask: Why not just ion implantation.

- Why ion beams instead of laser or electron beams. - Why ion mixing instead of evaporation only?Cited by: 2. Surface Modification of Aluminized CuFe Alloy by High Current Pulsed Electron Beam HCPEB source was then employed to irradiate the surface of CuFe alloys at room temperature, with pulse numbers of 1, 5, 15 by: 1.

Based on the performed literature review, some examples of the use of laser and electron beams for surface manufacturing (i.e., surface alloying, cladding, and hardening) are presented.

1 An Overview of Surface Modification.- 2 Energy Deposition and Heat Flow for Pulsed Laser, Electron and Ion Beam Irradiation.- 3 Crystal Growth and Phase Formation.- 4 Segregation Supersaturated Alloys and Semiconductor Surfaces.- 5 Solid Phase Recrystallization Processes in Silicon.- 6 Metastable Alloys and Superconductivity.- 7 Collision Cascades and Spike Effects.- 8 Solute Redistribution and.

surface modification by concentrated energy flows, saturation with metal and gas atoms, implantation, etc. [], and also through bulk alloying and surface alloying via ion implantation, laser doping, plasma or ion beam treatment, etc. Here we analyze the structure and properties of commercially pure aluminum after electron-ion.

The structure and microhardness of high-speed steels P6M5, P9 and P18 after electron-beam processing were investigated in the work. Electron-beam processing was carried out on the industrial accelerator ELV It was established that electron-beam processing allows to obtain a modified layer on the surface of fast-cutting steels with thickness of 20 μm with high hardness, consisting of Author: Bauyrzhan K.

Rakhadilov, Zh.B. Sagdoldina, G.B. Tazhybaeva. Surface modification of aluminium alloys using hybrid treatment techniques The applicat ion of electron a nd laser beam s to the modi Formation and characterization of Al-Ti-Nb alloys by Author: Peter Petrov. Magnesium alloy is an important engineering materials,but the wider application is restricted by poor corrosion and wear resistance.

In the present study, an attempt was made to enhance corrosion resistance and microhardness of Mg alloy AZ91D by electron beam alloying. Flame spray method was used to prepare Al coating on the surface of AZ91D magnesium alloy, then remelted by high power Author: Hong Ye, Zhong Lin Yan.

Ion beam modification of materials may be achieved by ion implantation or ion irradiation. These are unique approaches to altering the near surface region of a wide range of solid materials in a manner that is independent of many of the constraints associated with.

Laser and Ion Beam Modification of Materials is a compilation of materials from the proceedings of the symposium U: Material Synthesis and Modification by Ion beams and Laser Beams.

This collection discusses the founding of the KANSAI Science City in Japan, and the structures, equipment, and research projects of two institutions are discussed Book Edition: 1.

Improving corrosion resistance of nickel-aluminum bronzes by surface modification with chromium ion implantation. Surface and Coatings Technology, Vol.

Issue., p. and Cullis, A. G., in Laser and Electron Beam Interactions with Solids, edited by Appleton, B (). 7 Rimini, E., in Surface Modification and Alloying by Laser Cited by: 7. This chapter aims to summarize the topics related to the application of a surface treatment by high energy fluxes (i.e., electron and laser beams) for developing of new multifunctional materials, as well as to modify their surface properties.

These technologies have a large number of applications in the field of automotive and aircraft industries for manufacturing of railways, space crafts Cited by: 1. Surface alloying of gray cast iron with chromium by high current pulsed electron beam treatment Chen Li, Qingfeng Guan, Jie Cai et al.-Compounded Surface Modification of ZK60 Mg Alloy by High Current Pulsed Electron Beam+Micro-plasma Oxidation Gao Bo, Hao Yi, Tu Ganfeng et al.-High-energy density beams and plasmas for micro- and nano-texturing.

@article{osti_, title = {Surface modification of Ti alloy by electro-explosive alloying and electron-beam treatment}, author = {Gromov, Victor and Kobzareva, Tatiana and Budovskikh, Evgeniy and Baschenko, Lyudmila and Ivanov, Yuryi and National Research Tomsk State University, 30, Lenina Av.

Tomsk, }, abstractNote = {By methods of modern physical metallurgy the analysis of. Energy beam surface modification is an important developing direction, such as plasma micro-arc oxidation [], laser surface treatment [], ion beam surface modification [], etc. A.V. Apelfeld et al [ 10 ] have studied oxide protective coatings on the surface of Mg alloys obtained by micro-arc oxidation (MAO).Author: Gao Bo, Hao Yi, Zhang Wenfeng, Tu Ganfeng.

Plasma Treatments 4. Laser Treatment for Surface Modification by Sur­face Alloying. Ion-Beam Based Techniques for Surface Modification: The useful life of many materials is determined as to how their surfaces react with environment. Thus surface finish and treatment deserve serious attention.

Surface characteristics can be modified by ion. There are several methods of laser surface modification, namely laser alloying, transformation hardening, surface amorphization, shock hardening and glazing.

These methods are different in terms of the composition changes on the material’s surface and energy absorption rate on the materials and as shown in Figure 1. power beams, have been developed over the last few decades. The surface modification of materials using intense pulsed electron beams exhibits essential advantages over pulsed laser and ion beams by its high efficiency, simplicity and reliability.

Moreover, the electron beam, unlike the laser one, is absorbed by a target almost completely. The. Energy beam surface modification is an important developing direction, such as plasma micro-arc oxidation [], laser surface treatment [], ion beam surface modification [], etc.

A.V. Apelfeld et al [10] have studied oxide protective coatings on the surface of Mg alloys obtained by micro-arc oxidation (MAO).

A pulse laser Nd:YAG was applied at three different laser pulse regimes: either W, W or W treatment followed by W modification at a pulse duration of 1 ms. The surface topography and morphology were examined using light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy with spectroscope of X-ray energy by: 2.

Their topics include improving the mechanical properties of metallic rolls by laser surface alloying, developing new metallic materials by laser additive manufacturing, the spatiotemporal manipulation of ultra-short pulses for three-dimensional laser processing in glass materials, laser surface treatment to improve the surface corrosion properties of nickel-aluminum bronze, and the laser.

High current pulsed electron beam (HCPEB) is an efficient technique for surface modifications of metallic materials. In the present work, the formations of surface nanostructures in an AISI L stainless steel induced by direct HCPEB treatment and HCPEB alloying have been investigated.

After HCPEB Ti alloying, the sample surface contained a mixture of the ferrite and austenite phases with Cited by: 3. Laser patterned desorption within an upflow metalorganic chemical vapor deposition reactor (J.E. Epler et al.). Ion beam assisted etching of silicon with bromine.

The role of the adsorbed state (G.C. Tyrrell et al.). Surface modification of low density polyethylene by N+, Ar+ ion implantation for space charge devices (S. Kuniyoshi et al.).Book Edition: 1.

AbstractThe chromium was deposited on the surface of C medium carbon steel by high current pulsed electron beam (HCPEB) alloying treatment to obtain a high quality alloying layer.

The microstructure of the alloying layer was studied by X-ray diffraction, optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and transmission electron by: 2. The metallic surface improvement with intense-pulsed beams such as electron and laser beams was very interesting during past few decades.

Between different techniques, low energy high current electron beam (LEHCEB) is a relatively new technique used for surface modification. This paper presents the effects of laser treatment (fiber laser YLS) on the microstructure and selected mechanical properties of the surface layer of AlMg (AlMg9) foundry alloy obtained by alloying with boron carbide (B4C).

The correlation between laser alloying process parameters and selected properties of the formed layer was : Marek Sroka, Ewa Jonda, Wojciech Pakieła. @article{osti_, title = {The role of electro-explosion alloying with titanium diboride and treatment with pulsed electron beam in the surface modification of VT6 alloy}, author = {Konovalov, Sergey and Gromov, Victor and Kobzareva, Tatyana and Semina, Olga and Bataev, Vladimir and Ivanov, Yurii and National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, }, abstractNote = {The.

Surface modification is the act of modifying the surface of a material by bringing physical, chemical or biological characteristics different from the ones originally found on the surface of a material. This modification is usually made to solid materials, but it is possible to find examples of the modification to the surface of specific liquids.Using Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, nuclear elastic resonance analysis, atomic force microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and wear resistance and microhardness tests, the alloy Ti 41 –V 41 –Al 18 was investigated after Fe ion (60 kV) and Zr (40 kV) ion implantation and subsequent high-current electron beam (HCEB) irradiation at an energy flow density of 6 J/cm 2, called Cited by: In recent years, high current pulsed electron beam (HCPEB) has emerged as a new and promising surface modification technique for materials researchers.

Compared to widely used laser, plasma, and ion beam treatments, the HCPEB provides narrower energy distribution, better surface finish and wider energy density range Cited by: 1.