By Yingchun Guan, Chih-Hsing Liu, Gnian Cher Lim, Hong Yu Zheng and Ming Hui Hong Carbonaceous deposits covering the surfaces of combustion engine components are known to cause abrasive wear, leading to increased oil consumption and reduce engine durability as well as performance. Remanufacturing is the process acting on end-of-life products to recover manufacturing standards and […]
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Surface Preparation for Shipbuilding Using a Pulsed High-Power Fibre Laser
By: T. J. Kwee, G. X. Chen, N. R. Lei, K. P. Tan, Y. S. Choo, M. H. Hong Centre of Innovation (Marine & Offshore Technology) Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore Ships play a significant role in our life by carrying about 90% of the world’s intercontinental cargo. But the service condition of […]
Underwater Laser Cleaning for Marine and Offshore Applications
By: T. J. Kwee, G. X. Chen, N. R. Lei, K. P. Tan, Y. S. Choo, M. H. Hong Centre of Innovation (Marine & Offshore Technology) Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore Marine and offshore industry often treats with complicated and huge underwater constructions, such as deepwater drilling facilities, undersea oil pipelines, and submersed […]
Laser Surface Treatment and Additive Manufacturing – Basics and Application Examples
By: Dr. Ingomar Kelbassa Laser Surface Treatment and Additive Manufacturing have a strong impact on classical manufacturing and repair tasks addressing markets such as turbo machinery, aeronautics, automotive, off-shore and mining as well as tool, die, and mold making and life science.