Data from: Waterjet and laser etching: the nonlinear inverse problem

Aitor Bilbao-Guillerna, Dragos A. Axinte, John Billingham, Guillaume B.J. Cadot & G. B. J. Cadot
In waterjet and laser milling, material is removed from a solid surface in a succession of layers to create a new shape, in a depth-controlled manner. The inverse problem consists of defining the control parameters, in particular, the two-dimensional beam path, to arrive at a prescribed freeform surface. Waterjet milling (WJM) and pulsed laser ablation (PLA) are studied in this paper, since a generic nonlinear material removal model is appropriate for both of these processes....
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