• Hybrid Laser-Arc Welding

    Hybrid laser-arc welding (HLAW) is a combination of laser welding with arc welding that overcomes many of the shortfalls of both processes. This important book gives a comprehensive account of hybrid laser-arc welding technology and applications.

    $285.00

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  • Laser Welding

    Enables the reader both to understand and to use, in a practical manner, laser welding. The author explains the principles of laser welding and provides examples of industrial applications, examines many aspects of laser welding and devotes a complete chapter to safety.

    $270.00

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  • LIA Guide to High Power Laser Cutting

    Introducing LIA's Guide to High Power Laser Cutting, authored by John Powell, Dirk Petring, Jetro Pocorni and Alexander Kaplan. In this first edition, students, engineers and scientists alike will gain a more in-depth understanding of the science behind laser cutting.

    $70.00

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  • LIA Handbook of Laser Materials Processing

    Published by the Laser Institute of America, The LIA Handbook of Laser Materials Processing is a working reference source designed to help solve problems by providing extensive data on procedures, processes, equipment, processing systems and processing results. It's all here, packaged into one large easily searched volume. 

    $28.00

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  • JLA Vol:1 Iss:1 (A Retrospective Study on the Hazards of the Carbon Dioxide Laser Plume)


    Authors:
    Rocco V. Lobraico
    Michael J. Schifano
    Kevin R. Brader
    Ravenswood Hospital Medical Center, Wenske Laser Center, Chicago, Illinois


    Recent experimental studies of airborne contaminants found in the carbon dioxide laser plume have raised questions as to the potential danger of serious viral transmission during laser procedures. These concerns originated from a study of the human papilloma wart virus that reported intact strands of the DNA virus in the laser plume during the ablation of verrucae with the carbon dioxide laser. However, the study did not demonstrate the viability of such viral remnants. Such viability is difficult to demonstrate due to the...

    $28.00

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  • JLA Vol:1 Iss:1 (Endoholography in Medicine)


    Authors:
    Marc D. Friedman
    Hans I. Bjelkhagen
    Max Epstein
    Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois


    $28.00

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  • JLA Vol:1 Iss:1 (Excimer Lasers for Industrial Processing: Results and Applications)


    Authors:
    D. Basting
    Lambda Physik GmbH, Go¨ttingen, Federal Republic of Germany


    $28.00

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  • JLA Vol:1 Iss:1 (High‐Speed Laser Welding Discontinuities)


    Authors:
    Charles E. Albright
    Shichan Chiang
    Department of Welding Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio


    $28.00

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  • JLA Vol:1 Iss:1 (Laser Application in Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery)


    Authors:
    Michael Barat
    Robert H. Ossoff
    Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Otolaryngology, Nashville, Tennessee


    Since the discovery of the laser in 1959, a wide variety of lasers have been developed with numerous clinical applications in medicine and surgery. Lasers have had a great impact on the surgical approach to both benign and malignant diseases in Otolaryngology‐Head and Neck Surgery, and have enabled the otolaryngologist to manage diseases in the aerodigestive system primarily through an endoscopic approach. We will summarize the physical properties of the currently used lasers in otolaryngology, as well as their clinical applications.

    $28.00

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  • JLA Vol:1 Iss:1 (Laser Applications in Biomedicine. Part I: Biophysics, Cell Biology, and Biostimulation)


    Authors:
    Michael W. Berns
    J. Stuart Nelson
    Beckman Laser Institute and Medical Clinic, Department of Surgery, University of California, Irvine


    The successful applications of lasers to biomedicine rely upon an adequate understanding of the principles of light interaction with tissue. These principles are based upon the fundamentals of photophysics and involve a variety of mechanisms of energy conversion: heat, photochemistry, non‐thermal bond breaking, fluorescence, and mechanical shock waves. All of these mechanisms are discussed in the context of biomedical and basic cellular studies. In addition, the mechanism and use of low power (milliwatt) lasers are examined ...

    $28.00

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