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Teirumnieks, Edmunds

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Edmunds Teirumnieks

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- PublicationMETHOD FOR COLOR LASER MARKING PROCESS OPTIMIZATION WITH THE USE OF GENETIC ALGORITHMS(2017)
;Pavels Narica; ; ; ; Pavels CacivkinsShow more Optimization of color laser marking process mostly depends on effective identification of optimal values of laser marking parameters. This is a difficult combinatorial optimization problem, which is still essential for companies that use laser marking systems. The study proposes a new approach to the process optimization through the use of genetic algorithms, carrying out preliminary experimental investigation, analyzing the laser marking results, and presenting possible improvements to the current implementation of genetic algorithms.Show more Scopus© Citations 9 - PublicationINVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF TECHNOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF LASER MARKING ON THE DEGREE OF CONTRAST(2023)
;Petar Tsvyatkov ;Emil Yankov; ; Show more In modern production, each finished product entering the market is identified by a special marking. Each mark must meet requirements such as good coding, easy to see, easy to read by certain readers, stable over time, etc. In the present casting, laser marking of the C75 steel was carried out with a fiber laser with an average power of P = 30 W and a wavelength of λ = 1064 nm. For semi-contrast marking, marking speeds from 100 mm/s to 700 mm/s, average power from 10 to 30 W, raster pitch from 20 µm to 60 µm, scanning frequency from 20 kHz to 150 kHz were investigated as constant parameters are the pulse duration τ =100 ns, number of repetitions N = 1 and defocus Δ f = 0 mm. The influence of the changing parameters on the contrast was established, and experimental dependences were constructed. The achieved research results show that to obtain a high contrast mark, the average power should be above 20 W, the scanning speed up to 300 mm/s, the scanning frequency up to 50 kHz and the raster pitch up to 40 µm.Show more - PublicationINVESTIGATION OF SURFACE ROUGHNESS OF CARBON STEEL MACHINED PARTS AFTER NANOSECOND FIBER LASER MARKING(2023)
;Petar Tsvyatkov ;Emil Yankov; ; Show more Laser marking with a nanosecond fiber laser is one of the most common ways to permanently mark various engineering materials. The roughness of the machined surface and its observation is essential to evaluate the impact on the contrast of the marking as well. Experimental studies of the roughness obtained as a result of the laser marking, were inspected using a 3D measuring laser microscope OLYMPUS LEXT OLS5100. Analysis of the graphical dependence of the roughness function on the four process parameters: laser power, frequency, speed of marking and step.Show more - PublicationProcessing composite materials with lasers(2023)
; ; ;D Blumberga; Show more Composite materials, consisting of fibers and binders of natural and artificial origin, are increasingly used in various fields of industry. Processing of the obtained materials into finished forms is often difficult and expensive. Treatment of composite materials, such as milling, cutting, or grinding, is currently dominant. At present, lasers are increasingly used in production processes. It should be noted that modern industrial production is unthinkable without the use of laser equipment. However, when using lasers, initial adjustment of their laser parameters is required for optimal material processing. When considering different lasers and materials to be processed, the setting parameters are different and the obtained processing quality is varied. In the research, samples of composite materials have been made, consisting of epoxy resin as a binder and hemp, flax, and carbon fibers as reinforcing materials. The obtained composite materials have been studied with fiber laser for their processing quality.Show more - PublicationON MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF THE 2-D FILTRATION PROBLEM IN POROUS AXIAL SYMMETRICAL CYLINDER(2017)
; ;Harijs Kalis; Show more In this paper we study diffusion and convection filtration problem of one substance through the pores of a porous material which may absorb and immobilize some of the diffusing substances. As an example we consider round cylinder with filtration process in the axial direction. The cylinder is filled with sorbent i.e. absorbent material that passed through dirty water or liquid solutions. We can derive the system of two partial differential equations (PDEs). One equation is expressing the rate of change of concentration of water in the pores of the sorbent and the other - the rate of change of concentration in the sorbent or kinetically equation for absorption. The approximation of corresponding initial boundary value problem of the system of PDEs is based on the conservative averaging method (CAM). This procedure allows reducing the 2-D axis-symmetrical mass transfer problem described by a system of PDEs to initial value problem for a system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) of the first order.Show more - PublicationPRELIMINARY NUMERICAL ANALYSIS FOR THE ROLE OF SPEED ONTO LASER TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES(2019)
; ;Nikolay Angelov; Show more Studying the impact of speed on a number of laser processes such as marking, engraving, cutting, welding and others is crucial for the optimization of these technological processes. The processing speed, along with the frequency of laser pulses and their duration, also determines the time of action in the processing area and hence the absorbed quantity of electromagnetic energy. Based on numerical experiments with specialized software TEMPERATURFELD3D, the report analyzes the temperature variation in the processing area as a function of speed. The researches were analyzed for processing with two types of lasers emitting in the visible and infrared areas of the electromagnetic spectrum and two types of steels (tool and structural). From the course of the obtained temperature fields the dependence of temperature on the speed at two power densities was obtained. The obtained results help to make a preliminary assessment the speed work intervals for the processes as laser marking, laser engraving, laser cutting, laser welding and others. In this way, it is assisted in building an optimal concept for the passing of a particular technological process in function of the laser source, the material and the type of the technological operation.Show more Scopus© Citations 13 - PublicationSPECIAL SPLINE APPROXIMATION FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE NON-STATIONARY 3-D MASS TRANSFER PROBLEM(2021)
; ;Harijs Kalis; Show more In this paper we consider the conservative averaging method (CAM) with special spline approximation for solving the non-stationary 3-D mass transfer problem. The special hyperbolic type spline, which interpolates the middle integral values of piece-wise smooth function is used. With the help of these splines the initial-boundary value problem (IBVP) of mathematical physics in 3-D domain with respect to one coordinate is reduced to problems for system of equations in 2-D domain. This procedure allows reduce also the 2-D problem to a 1-D problem and thus the solution of the approximated problem can be obtained analytically. The accuracy of the approximated solution for the special 1-D IBVP is compared with the exact solution of the studied problem obtained with the Fourier series method. The numerical solution is compared with the spline solution. The above-mentioned method has extensive physical applications, related to mass and heat transfer problems in 3-D domains.Show more - PublicationSPECIAL HPERBOLIC TYPE APPROXIMATION FOR SOLVING OF 3-D TWO LAYER STATIONARY DIFFUSION PROBLEM(2019)
; ;Harijs Kalis; Show more In this paper we examine the conservative averaging method (CAM) along the vertical z-coordinate for solving the 3-D boundary-value 2 layers diffusion problem. The special parabolic and hyperbolic type approximation (splines), that interpolate the middle integral values of piece-wise smooth function, is investigated. With the help of these splines the problems of mathematical physics in 3-D with respect to one coordinate are reduced to problems for system of equations in 2-D in every layer. This procedure allows reduce also the 2-D problem to a 1-D problem and the solution of the approximated problem can be obtained analytically. As the practical application of the created mathematical model, we are studying the calculation of the concentration of heavy metal calcium (Ca) in a two-layer peat block.Show more Scopus© Citations 1 - PublicationDistribution of iron and iron compounds in the Kemeri - Jaunkemeri occurence of sulphide water(2015)
;Janis Prols; Show more Iron concentrations, distribution and migration forms, depending on pH and oxidation – reduction potential, were analyzed in case of the Kemeri-Jaunkemeri occurrence (area about 240 km2) of sulphide containing water (maximal sulphides concentration – 74 mg/l), located in Latvia. Iron content was investigated in 457 wells located within all area of occurrence. Those wells were installed to two aquifers: the Quarternary multi-aquifer and Salaspils aquifer, where occurrence of sulphide containing groundwater is distributed. All groundwater of occurrence is classified in four types depending on oxygen, sulphides and organic matter content in the groundwater. Modeling of groundwater migration forms was carried out, and it is stated that iron migrates basically as Fe2 in oxygen and suphides non-containing water. Migration forms are influenced by concentration of organic matter in the aquifer. The portion of Fe2 migrating in a form of free decreases due to formation of complexes with fulvic and humic acids, which can reach 36.5% of all migration forms. Iron migrates as Fe(OH)3 in oxygen containing water (more than 99% of determined forms). Presence of iron is ascertained also in sulphides containing water, where iron migrates basically as (98.8% of determined forms). This occurs due to formation of complexes with sulphydes – FeHS- and Fe(HS)2o.Show more - PublicationThe Mathematical Modeling of Metals Mass Transfer in Three Layer Peat Blocks(2013)
; ; ; Harijs KalisShow more The mathematical model for calculation of concentration of metals for 3 layers peat blocks is developed due to solving the 3-D boundary-value problem in multilayered domain-averaging and finite difference methods are considered. As an example, mathematical models for calculation of Fe and Ca concentrations have been analyzed.Show more