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The simulation also suggests that some instability takes place during evaporation process. This can be attributed to Kelvin-Helmholtz instability on the melted surface because vapour is flowing through a narrow channel of keyhole with high speed and thus inducing wave on the surface. Thus keyhole is sometimes disconnected in the middle and thus causes bubble trapping inside the melted zone. In this simulation, the each ray has been traced and is reflected at the surface a number. of times. During these reflections, laser beam is absorbed according to HagenRubens formula with incident angle calculated by normal vector of density gradient and the direction of laser at each reflection point.
B0695 Mathematical modelling of weld phenomena 4 by H. Cerjak