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Nanodiamond powder compaction via laser shockwaves

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Nanodiamond powder compaction via laser shockwaves: Experiments and finite element analysisAbstract

Laser shock sintering (LSS) is an innovative technique employing mechanical forces to densify powders. It can impart compressive stresses into material to improve the relative density and generate residual stresses to enhance the fatigue strength. In this work, LSS of nanodiamond powders embedded in polycrystalline cubic boron nitride (PCBN) substrate was experimentally investigated using a 1064 nm, 10 ns Q-switched Nd:YAG laser with a peak power density of 6.37 GW/cm2. Finite element simulation (FEM) was applied to predict the mechanical deformations induced by LSS. The dynamic analysis by ABAQUS/Explicit and static analysis by ABAQUS/Standard were performed in detail to predict the residual stress field and densification of nanodiamond powder compacts. The predicted densification of nanodiamond powder compacts are in agreement with the experimental data for single and multiple laser shocks.



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