LASER HEAT CONDUCTOR
During the heating cycle of a laser heating process, energy is stored in the substrate through the material’s internal energy gain. The stored energy is then taken away during the cooling cycle of the process.
When two things with different temperatures touch, energy move directly from the material of the hotter thing to the material of the colder thing at the point of contact. A metal pot used to bring water to a boil on a stovetop is an example of conduction. When a laser is used to harden a part, the laser beam hits the substrate and quickly heats it. The amount of heat that a material can take in is based on how well it absorbs heat. The absorptivity is the relationship between how much energy the workpiece took in and how much energy the laser put on the surface.
Principles of Heat Transfer:
When heat moves through a solid, this is called conduction. On hot days, your roof, walls, and windows all let heat into your home. Roofs that reflect heat, insulation, and windows that use less energy will all help to cut down on this heat transfer.
There are different ways for heat to move, such as convection, conduction, thermal radiation, and evaporative cooling.
Lasers are known to be a source of heat with a lot of power and a high temperature. Most of the time, lasers are used to do things with optics, but there are a few that are used to heat treat things. Lasers are known to be heat sources with a lot of power and a high temperature. Most of the time, lasers are used to do things with optics, but there are a few that are used to heat treat things.
Using a laser to weld:
Laser beam welding is a type of fusion welding that uses a laser to join two pieces of metal together. The laser beam is a concentrated source of heat that is aimed at the space between the two pieces of metal that need to be joined.
Application of laser welding:
Laser welding can also be used in heavy industrial settings to make parts like industrial oven doors, drive train gears, exhaust heat shields, stainless steel appliances, and many more. All of the above applications show how accurate, low-heat, and high-performance this solution is.