Powercut

  • Juhl, Thomas Winther (Project Manager)
  • Nielsen, Jakob Skov (Project Participant)
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    Project Details

    Description

    The present project entails research with the goal to extend laser cutting of
    steel based metals to thickness above 20 mm and laser powers in the 6-12 kW
    range, with adequate accuracy and economically viable cutting speeds.
    It is an objective to establish an overall understanding of the combination
    of gas flow, laser radiation and material flow in the laser cutting process,
    and on the basis of the results from these studies to make the relevant
    decisions concerning the design of a mirror system, cutting head and nozzles.
    Through the theoretical description of the mechanisms of cut front forming
    with its many aspects the outcome should give input to dimensioning of mirror
    optics and cutting nozzles.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date01/02/199901/06/2002

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