A Perspective to Control Laser-Induced Periodic Surface Structure Formation at Glancing-Incident Femtosecond Laser-Processed Surfaces

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A Perspective to Control Laser-Induced Periodic Surface Structure Formation at Glancing-Incident Femtosecond Laser-Processed Surfaces. / Jelinek, Alexander; Pfeifenberger, Manuel J.; Pippan, Reinhard; Kiener, Daniel.

In: JOM, Vol. 73, No. 12, 12.2021, p. 4248–4257.

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title = "A Perspective to Control Laser-Induced Periodic Surface Structure Formation at Glancing-Incident Femtosecond Laser-Processed Surfaces",
abstract = "The favorable combination of high material removal rate and low influence on the material beneath the ultra-short pulsed laser-processed surface are of particular advantage for sample preparation. This is especially true at the micrometer scale or for the pre-preparation for a subsequent focused ion beam milling process. Specific surface features, the laser-induced periodic surface structures, are generated on femtosecond laser-irradiated surfaces in most cases, which pose an issue for surface-sensitive mechanical testing or microstructural investigations. This work strives for an approach to enhance the surface quality of glancing-incident laser-processed surfaces on the model material copper with two distinctly different grain sizes. A new generalized perspective is presented, in which optimized parameter selection serves to counteract the formation of the laser-induced periodic surface structures, enabling, for example, grain orientation mapping directly on femtosecond laser processed surfaces.",
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N2 - The favorable combination of high material removal rate and low influence on the material beneath the ultra-short pulsed laser-processed surface are of particular advantage for sample preparation. This is especially true at the micrometer scale or for the pre-preparation for a subsequent focused ion beam milling process. Specific surface features, the laser-induced periodic surface structures, are generated on femtosecond laser-irradiated surfaces in most cases, which pose an issue for surface-sensitive mechanical testing or microstructural investigations. This work strives for an approach to enhance the surface quality of glancing-incident laser-processed surfaces on the model material copper with two distinctly different grain sizes. A new generalized perspective is presented, in which optimized parameter selection serves to counteract the formation of the laser-induced periodic surface structures, enabling, for example, grain orientation mapping directly on femtosecond laser processed surfaces.

AB - The favorable combination of high material removal rate and low influence on the material beneath the ultra-short pulsed laser-processed surface are of particular advantage for sample preparation. This is especially true at the micrometer scale or for the pre-preparation for a subsequent focused ion beam milling process. Specific surface features, the laser-induced periodic surface structures, are generated on femtosecond laser-irradiated surfaces in most cases, which pose an issue for surface-sensitive mechanical testing or microstructural investigations. This work strives for an approach to enhance the surface quality of glancing-incident laser-processed surfaces on the model material copper with two distinctly different grain sizes. A new generalized perspective is presented, in which optimized parameter selection serves to counteract the formation of the laser-induced periodic surface structures, enabling, for example, grain orientation mapping directly on femtosecond laser processed surfaces.

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