TY - GEN

T1 - Effect of Bubble Radius on Ability of Submerged Laser Peening

AU - Sasaki, Hirotoshi

AU - Iga, Yuka

AU - Soyama, Hitoshi

N1 - Funding Information:
This work was partly supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 17H03138 and 18KK0103. The numerical simulations were performed on the Supercomputer system “AFINITY” at the Advanced Fluid Information Research Center, Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University.
Publisher Copyright:
© 2020, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - In submerged laser peening, it has been experimentally clarified that the collapse impact of the bubble which occurs after laser ablation is stronger than the impact of laser ablation itself. Moreover, the experimental results showed the arc height increased in proportion to the cube of the bubble development time with various material. Here, the arc height shows the processing capacity of peening, and the bubble development time is proportional to the bubble radius. Therefore, it was shown that the processing capacity of peening by the bubble collapse increased in proportion to the cube of the bubble radius. In order to clarify the effect of bubble radius on submerged laser peening capacity, the fluid/material two-way coupled numerical analysis of a hemispherical bubble on the wall surface with changing the bubble radius was performed. From the analysis results, the relationship between the bubble radius and the maximum pressure in the fluid and maximum equivalent stress in the material was clarified. If the ratio of internal and external pressure of a bubble was the same, the bubble radius had little effect on the bubble collapse pressure and the maximum equivalent stress in the material. However, the material volume of which the maximum equivalent stress exceeded the threshold of yield stress of the materials increased in proportional to the cube of bubble radius. Therefore, also in the numerical analysis, it was shown that the effect of bubble collapse on materials is proportion to the cube of bubble radius.

AB - In submerged laser peening, it has been experimentally clarified that the collapse impact of the bubble which occurs after laser ablation is stronger than the impact of laser ablation itself. Moreover, the experimental results showed the arc height increased in proportion to the cube of the bubble development time with various material. Here, the arc height shows the processing capacity of peening, and the bubble development time is proportional to the bubble radius. Therefore, it was shown that the processing capacity of peening by the bubble collapse increased in proportion to the cube of the bubble radius. In order to clarify the effect of bubble radius on submerged laser peening capacity, the fluid/material two-way coupled numerical analysis of a hemispherical bubble on the wall surface with changing the bubble radius was performed. From the analysis results, the relationship between the bubble radius and the maximum pressure in the fluid and maximum equivalent stress in the material was clarified. If the ratio of internal and external pressure of a bubble was the same, the bubble radius had little effect on the bubble collapse pressure and the maximum equivalent stress in the material. However, the material volume of which the maximum equivalent stress exceeded the threshold of yield stress of the materials increased in proportional to the cube of bubble radius. Therefore, also in the numerical analysis, it was shown that the effect of bubble collapse on materials is proportion to the cube of bubble radius.

KW - Bubble collapse

KW - Bubble radius

KW - Fluid/material coupled method

KW - Submerged laser peening

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U2 - 10.1007/978-981-15-0054-1_29

DO - 10.1007/978-981-15-0054-1_29

M3 - Conference contribution

AN - SCOPUS:85072867349

SN - 9789811500534

T3 - Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering

SP - 283

EP - 291

BT - Advanced Surface Enhancement - Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Advanced Surface Enhancement INCASE 2019—Research Towards Industrialisation

A2 - Itoh, Sho

A2 - Shukla, Shashwat

PB - Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH

T2 - 1st International Conference on Advanced Surface Enhancement, INCASE 2019

Y2 - 10 September 2019 through 12 September 2019

ER -