Mechanics Behavior Analysis on Laser Cladding under Repeated Impacting Load
On the property of repeated impact load, the attrition, hardening and plasticity warp of the laser cladding sampling were researched by using stress wave spread theory. Results show that under repeated impact loads, stress wave occurs on the metallurgical joint surface of the coat and the basis, forming stretch wave that causes coat slitting and angle splitting. The micro-pits failure and deep exfoliation occur on the coat surface because of the stress centralization. The accumulation of impact load energy cause hardness change and plasticity warp.
Zhengyi Jiang, Xianghua Liu and Jinglong Bu
R. S. Peng et al., "Mechanics Behavior Analysis on Laser Cladding under Repeated Impacting Load", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 154-155, pp. 1100-1103, 2011