Laser surface hardening is rapidly growing in industrial applications due to its high flexibility, accuracy, cleanness and energy efficiency. However, the experimental process optimization can be a tricky task due to the number of involved parameters, thus suggesting for alternative approaches such as reliable numerical simulations. Conventional laser hardening models compute the achieved hardness on the basis of microstructure predictions due to carbon diffusion during the process heat thermal cycle. Nevertheless, this approach is very time consuming and not allows to simulate real complex products during laser treatments. To overcome this limitation, a novel simplified approach for laser surface hardening modelling is presented and discussed. The basic assumption consists in neglecting the austenite homogenization due to the short time and the insufficient carbon diffusion during the heating phase of the process. In the present work, this assumption is experimentally verified through nano-hardness measurements on C45 carbon steel samples both laser and oven treated by means of atomic force microscopy (AFM) technique.

Experimental investigation on a novel approach for laser surface hardening modelling / Orazi, L.; Rota, A.; Reggiani, B.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING. - ISSN 1823-0334. - 16:1(2021), pp. 1-10. [10.1186/s40712-020-00124-0]

Experimental investigation on a novel approach for laser surface hardening modelling

Orazi, L.
;
Rota, A.;Reggiani, B.
2021

Abstract

Laser surface hardening is rapidly growing in industrial applications due to its high flexibility, accuracy, cleanness and energy efficiency. However, the experimental process optimization can be a tricky task due to the number of involved parameters, thus suggesting for alternative approaches such as reliable numerical simulations. Conventional laser hardening models compute the achieved hardness on the basis of microstructure predictions due to carbon diffusion during the process heat thermal cycle. Nevertheless, this approach is very time consuming and not allows to simulate real complex products during laser treatments. To overcome this limitation, a novel simplified approach for laser surface hardening modelling is presented and discussed. The basic assumption consists in neglecting the austenite homogenization due to the short time and the insufficient carbon diffusion during the heating phase of the process. In the present work, this assumption is experimentally verified through nano-hardness measurements on C45 carbon steel samples both laser and oven treated by means of atomic force microscopy (AFM) technique.
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Experimental investigation on a novel approach for laser surface hardening modelling / Orazi, L.; Rota, A.; Reggiani, B.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING. - ISSN 1823-0334. - 16:1(2021), pp. 1-10. [10.1186/s40712-020-00124-0]
Orazi, L.; Rota, A.; Reggiani, B.
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