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By J. T. M. De Hosson, C. A. Brebbia

The significance of touch and floor results in sleek engineering and their mixed results led the organisers to reconvene this ninth foreign convention, which covers similar subject matters: Computational equipment and Experiments involved Mechanics and floor results. these days the significance of touch and floor difficulties in lots of technological fields is definitely understood. they're complicated and inherently non-linear a result of relocating boundary and the several houses of fabrics, really alongside the touch surfaces. Structural parts fail by way of put on, corrosion, excessive cycle fatigue and so on, that's to assert they're laid low with floor stipulations. using floor remedies can decrease the price of parts and expand the lifetime of the weather for surfaces present process touch, an issue that's in particular addressed by means of the convention. This e-book includes papers from the 9th foreign convention on floor results and get in touch with Mechanics: Computational equipment and Experiments, and discusses the subsequent themes: floor remedies; Thick coatings; skinny coatings; floor difficulties involved mechanics; Indentation and hardness; Fatigue; Numerical research; functions and case reviews.

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Laser power P, laser beam scanning speed S and powder feeding rate F (or combinations thereof) are the main technological parameters that control the laser cladding with the powder blowing technique [4-6]. Rapid solidification in the surface layer is the characteristic feature for the laser cladding process and in some conditions the coatings formed by cooling rates higher than 103 K/s show very fine, non-equilibrium or even amorphous microstructures. Moreover, the recently developed fiber laser with a nominal power exceeded 5-10 kW provides a possibility to form laser clad coatings at even higher processing speeds and cooling rates [7, 8].

The samples were mounted in the scanning electron microscope so that the sample normal is at 76 degree with respect to the electron beam direction. The diffraction image formed on the phosphorous screen by diffracted backscattered electrons is digitized and transmitted to the computer. The orientation of the crystal lattice at each predetermined sample surface point is then automatically determined in coordinate system connected with the sample. The arrays of indexed points used in the present experiments were hexagonal networks with y and x increments equal to 3 µm.

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