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Volume 36,
Issue 1,
February 2024

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Journal of Laser Applications covers a broad range of laser related research from fundamental and applied research & development to industrial applications. The journal presents the latest breakthroughs in laser applications related to photonic production, sensing and measurement, as well as laser safety. The recently digitized LIA Conference Proceedings includes over 5,900 articles from the ICALEO®, PICALO, and ILSC® conferences that are run by The Laser Institute (LIA).

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Biplab Kumar Dash, Shrey Bhatnagar et al.
Laser direct energy deposition (DED) has some accompanying issues, such as existence of micropores, elemental segregation at grain boundaries, intergranular corrosion, etc. Therefore, the current ...
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Yulin Shao, Zhanzhou Liu et al.
A new plastic processing method for laser bending of TC4 titanium alloy heavy plates was developed in this work. Different from previous studies, the thickness of the plates in this work reached 6 ...
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Omnia A. Abd El-Ghaffar, Nada O. Mohamed et al.
This work aimed to apply a simple method to evaluate the effect of anticancer drugs’ treatment on in vitro models of cancer cells by laser biospeckle pattern measurements. Thus, the study is ...
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Meng Guo, Yule Yang et al.
The study aims to explore the impact of structural parameters on the formability, mechanical properties, and heat conductivity of body centered cubic (BCC) lattice structures produced through laser ...
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Christian Bernauer, Avelino Zapata et al.
Laser metal deposition (LMD) is an additive manufacturing process in which a metal powder or wire is added to a laser-induced molten pool. This localized deposition of material is used for the ...
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Francesca Wheeler, John R. Tyrer et al.
Textile finishing is a huge industry for modification of textile surface properties to align with the desired end use spanning medical, engineering, and apparel applications. Laser-induced polymer ...

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