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Analysis of the Square Beam Energy Efficiency of a Homogenizer Near the Target for Laser Shock Peening

Kim, Taeshin;Hwang, Seungjin;Hong, Kyung Hee;Yu, Tae Jun

  • Received : 2016.04.15
  • Accepted : 2016.05.12
  • Published : 2016.06.25

Abstract

We analyzed through numerical simulations the properties of a square beam homogenizer near the target for laser shock peening. The efficiency was calculated near the target by considering the plasma threshold of the metals. We defined the depth of focus of the square beam homogenizer with a given efficiency near the target. Then, we found the relationship between the depth of focus for the laser shock peening and four main parameters of the square beam homogenizer: the plasma threshold of the metal, the number of lenslets in the array-lens, the focal length of the condenser lens and the input beam size.

Keywords

Beam shaping;Beam homogenizer;Depth of focus;Laser shock peening

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