Metal fusion by laser radiation action in an oxidizing medium
Results are presented from a calculation of fusion of a massive zirconium plate under the action of laser radiation with consideration of simultaneous surface oxidation.
KeywordsOxidation Radiation Zirconium Statistical Physic Laser Radiation
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