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Optimizing the Parameters of Laser Controlled Thermocracking When Cutting Glass by a Non-Rectilinear Contour

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The work is devoted to the choice of optimal parameters of laser controlled thermocracking (LСT) when cutting products with a complex curvilinear contour. With this purpose the LCT mathematical model is considered when a laser beam and coolant transfer from a rectilinear site to a non-rectilinear contour with given radius R. The obtained findings allow proper adjustment of LCT modes to ensure a higher quality of cutting the glass.

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Kondratenko, V. , Borisovskiy, V. , Naumov, A. and Zobov, A. (2015) Optimizing the Parameters of Laser Controlled Thermocracking When Cutting Glass by a Non-Rectilinear Contour. Optics and Photonics Journal, 5, 295-302. doi: 10.4236/opj.2015.510027.


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