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Characterization of aerosols produced by laser-matter interaction during paint stripping experiments by laser


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Titre du congrès :EAC 2007 - European Aerosol Conference
Ville du congrès :Salzbourg
Date du congrès :09/09/2007

Type de document > *Congrès/colloque

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Unité de recherche > IRSN/DSU/SERAC/LPMA

Auteurs > DECOBERT Guy, DEWALLE Pascale, HERVE Philippe, VENDEL Jacques, WEULERSSE Jean-Marc

Date de publication > 14/09/2007

Résumé

A surface decontamination process is here considered: laser ablation. This technology is promising for paint stripping. During the process,particulate matter and gases resulting from interaction between the laser beam and the target are released. These aerosols can influence the process efficiency (Géléoc et al., 2004) and present a risk for the health of operators (Lee & Cheng, 2004). The aim of the study is to perform both a physical and a chemical characterization of laser produced aerosols during ablation of paints and as well as to understand their mechanisms of formation.