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Laser Ablation: Mechanisms and Applications

Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA 8-10 April 1991 (Lecture Notes in Physics)

by John C. Miller

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


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ContributionsR. F. Haglund (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages362
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7449516M
ISBN 100387977317
ISBN 109780387977317


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This book is the proceedings of one ofthe first workshops held on this topic. Shortly after the demonstration of the first laser, the most intensely studied theoretical topics dealt with laser-matter interactions.

Many experiments were undertaken to clarify the major ablation mechanisms. At the same time, numerous theoretical studies, both analytical and numerical, were proposed to describe these interactions.

These studies paved the ways toward the development of Cited by: 3. Zhang, L. Guan, in Comprehensive Materials Processing, Laser Ablation. Laser ablation is the thermal or nonthermal process of removing atoms from a solid by irradiating it with an intense continuous wave (CW) or pulsed laser beam.

As one of the most important techniques for material processing, laser ablation can be used for drilling extremely small, deep holes through very. Laser Ablation and its Applications emphasizes the wide range of these topics rather than - as is so often the case in advanced science – focusing on one specialty or discipline.

The book is divided into four sections: theory and modeling, ultrafast interactions, material processing and laser-matter interaction in. Laser ablation and optical surface damage.- Laser induced photodissociation, desorption and surface reaction dynamics.- Mechanisms of laser ablation of monolayers as determined by laser-induced fluorescence measurements.- Laser-induced particle emission from surfaces of non-metallic solids: A search for primary processes of laser ablation From inside the book.

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This book is the proceedings of one ofthe first workshops held on this : John C. Miller. This is the first book that combines the most recent results in this rapidly advancing field with authoritative treatment of laser ablation and its applications, including the physics of high-power laser-matter : Claude Phipps.

Laser ablation plume thermalization dynamics in background gases: combined imaging, optical absorption and emission spectroscopy, and ion probe measurements Comments on explosive mechanisms of laser sputtering. Roger Kelly and Antonio Miotello. Select X-ray generation for medical applications from a laser-produced plasma.

Book chapter. The contributions in this volume focus on the main directions that ablation has taken in recent years: basic mechanisms, diagnostics and applications to surface etching, materials synthesis and Read more.

Laser ionization plays an important role in ablation of transparent solids connected with at least three reasons. First, the ionization is widely assumed to be almost inertia-free being the.

In particular, this book is suitable for a reader (graduate students as well as postgraduates and more generally researchers) new to the subject of pulsed laser ablation in order to gain physical insight Laser Ablation: Mechanisms and Applications book and advanced knowledge of mechanisms and processes involved in any deposition/processing experiment based on pulsed laser–matter.

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Category: Science Laser Ablation And Its Applications. ferent laser ablation and heat dissipation mechanisms as compared to nanosecond laser ablation. In this chapter, the focus will be on understanding the basics of femtosecond laser ablation processes including laser target interaction, ablation efficiency, ablation threshold, laser plasma interactions, and plume hydrodynam-ics.

Laser ablation describes the interaction of intense optical fields with matter, in which atoms are selectively driven off by thermal or nonthermal mechanisms.

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applications, such as laser ablation experiments (Hands chuh et al., ; Vitiello et al; ). Combined MD-DSMC numerical model A combined MD-DSMC model is developed for th e. Get this from a library. Laser ablation: mechanisms and applications-II: second international conference, Knoxville, TN, April [J C Miller; David B Geohegan; American Institute of Physics.;].

Laser ablation of biomaterials is also based on the strong absorption of laser photons by the investigated material. To achieve a maximum absorption, the wavelength has to be carefully chosen. In the nanosecond regime, laser ablation is induced by rapid heating of the surface : Gianina-Florentina Popescu-Pelin, Carmen Ristoscu, Ion escu.

Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) is a commonly used and very effective minimally invasive therapy to manage leg varicosities. Yet, and despite a clinical history of 16 years, no international consensus on a best treatment protocol has been reached so by: In many applications removal of material from the surface following laser exposure, commonly called laser ablation or laser sputtering, plays an important role.

The ablation process depends on thermal and optical properties of the materials and on laser parameters such as wavelength, laser intensity, pulse duration. Comparison. Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Laser-Material Interaction and Application to Multiscale Surface Modification Matthew S.

Brown and Craig B. Arnold Abstract Lasers provide the ability to accurately deliver large amounts of energy into confined regions of a material in order to achieve a desired response. J.C. Miller, Introduction to Laser Desorption and Ablation.R.F. Haglund, Mechanisms of Laser Ablation.J.T. Dickinson, Low Fluence Laser Desorption and Plume Formation from Wide Bandgap Crystalline Materials.C.

Grigoropoulos, Lasers, Optics, and Thermal Considerations in Ablation Experiments.R. Kelly, Gas Dynamics and the Characterization of Ablation Edition: 1.

Abstract Numerical simulations have provided significant insights into the physics of ablation. In this chapter, we briefly review the progresses that we have accomplished using a simple two-dimensional molecular-dynamics (MD) model, insisting on the importance of considering the thermodynamics pathways in order to understand ablation.

Laser Ablation: Effects and Applications Sharon E. Black. Categories: Technique\\Instrument. Year: mechanisms duration emission ablated yag laser nanosecond liquids Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you. The book comprises theoretical and experimental analysis of laser ablation in liquids, research methods, and preparation techniques.

Table of Contents Mechanisms of Laser-Induced Self-Organization of Nano and Micro Structures of Surface Relief in Air and in Liquid Environment, V.

Emelyanov. Laser ablation of polymers was first reported by Srinivasan et al. [1] and Kawamura et al. [2] in Since then, numerous reviews on laser ablation of a large variety of polymers and the different proposed ablation mecha-nisms have been published [3–11].

There is still an ongoing discussion about the ablation mechanisms, e.g., whether it. Laser ablation or photoablation is the process of removing material from a solid (or occasionally liquid) surface by irradiating it with a laser beam.

At low laser flux, the material is heated by the absorbed laser energy and evaporates or high laser flux, the material is typically converted to a y, laser ablation refers to removing material with a pulsed laser, but.

The acronym Laser is derived from Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. With the advent of the ruby laser inthere has been tremendous research activity in developing novel, more versatile and more efficient laser sources or devices, as lasers applications are ubiquitous.

Today, lasers are used in many areas of human endeavor and are routinely employed in a Format: Hardcover. FIGURE This shows how intensity (i.e., power density) maps onto laser processing applications.

A continuous wave laser beam is represented by the number while,and seconds represents millisecond, microsecond, nanosecond, and picosecond time scales, respectively. This book, “Laser Ablation – Fundamentals, Methods and Applications”, addresses scientists, researchers and application engineers who work in the continuously growing field of laser ablation.

It also acts as a reference book for professors, lecturers and students of corresponding study courses or professional training programs. This book provides an overview of the different techniques, the laser-material interactions and the advantages and disadvantages for different applications.

Part one looks at laser heat treatment, part two covers laser additive manufacturing such as laser-enhanced electroplating, and part three discusses laser micromachining, structuring and.

The fourteen chapters, written by experts in the field, are well coordinated: starting with the theory of growth in out-of-equilibrium deposition processes, they then treat wetting, adherence and nanostructuring, and discuss, in detail, mechanisms and deposition parameters in a variety of environments, materials and pulse timescales.

The ablation of thin films by single laser pulses is a well known technique with widespread industrial applications. Ablation occurs in a well defined power density region if a supported thin film is illuminated by a single laser pulse.

Blowing-off mechanisms and thermo-mechanical mechanisms are considered to take place during ablation Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Phase transformations and ablation in laser-treated solids}, author = {Sobol, E.N.}, abstractNote = {This book is one of several volumes available on laser materials interaction and laser applications.

The objective of the volume is to explain the principle physical processes that are used to allow the effective use of lasers for the modification and ablation of.

Laser Ablation Applications Edited by J. Miller Principles and Springer-Verlag, Berlin,ISBNpp xii +DM The contributions to this work arose out of an international conference on this topic at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (TN, USA) in April and are follow-ons to an earlier conference in April with its own publication, Laser Ablation - Mechanisms.

Laser Ablation | Lasers can readily remove very thin layers from small areas of a material and can thus be used both to control the structure of the surface and to determine its composition. Laser ablation thus has a wide variety of applications - from re-shaping the cornea of the eye to correct vision and micro-machining electronic devices, to detection of minute contaminants on catalysts.

@article{osti_, title = {Dynamics of femtosecond laser absorption of fused silica in the ablation regime}, author = {Lebugle, M., E-mail: [email protected] and Sanner, N. and Varkentina, N.

and Sentis, M. and Utéza, O.}, abstractNote = {We investigate the ultrafast absorption dynamics of fused silica irradiated by a single fs laser pulse in the context of micromachining.

This volume introduces the subject of laser ablation and desorption to scientists and engineers. It covers fundamental experimental and theoretical tools, models, and techniques, and introduces the most important applications.

Clearly written and organized in a straightforward manner, Laser Ablation and Desorption lead the reader straight through the fundamentals of laser-surface interactions.5/5(1). Laser ablation tomography (LATscan) can produce 3D tissue models at micron-scale resolution within a few minutes, being amenable to high-throughput applications.

The RGB images obtained from LATscan allow for enhanced and accurate feature segmentation and : Asheesh Lanba, Benjamin Hall.

Zhigilei, E. Leveugle, D. Ivanov, Z. Lin, and A. Volkov, Molecular dynamics simulations of short pulse laser ablation: Mechanisms of material ejection and particle generation, Chapter 7 in Nanosized Material Synthesis by Action of High-Power Energy Fluxes on Matter (Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Novosibirsk.

Colloidal variety: laser-generated nanoparticles in liquids are highly pure, stable, and available from any material.

The video demonstrates the generation of .Also, the role of the laser-induced superficial patterns on the response and sensitivity of bio-implants will be explored in depth.

Chapter Two reports on cardiovascular laser application by using the open-irrigated ELMA catheter RytmoLas as an intriguing alternative for catheter ablation of arrhythmias.Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechVision Group, provides further insights about nanomaterials, focussing here on the laser ablation in liquid environment (LALE) technique.

The synthesis of chemically clean and environmentally friendly nanoparticles has dramatically evolved since the implementation of laser ablation in liquid environment (LALE) technique and it is presently.