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Power and energy measurement of repetitively pulsed lasers

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Published by National Bureau of Standards, For sale by Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

  • Lasers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementD.A. Jennings
    SeriesNBS technical note -- 398, NBS technical note -- 398.
    LC ClassificationsTK7871.3 .J4x
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25217601M

    At the power density lower than W/cm2, the absorption occurs in the Laser Supported Combustion (LSC) regime. The absorbed energy is converted into the blast wave energy Ebw, .

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Power and energy measurement of repetitively pulsed lasers by D. A. Jennings Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jennings, D.A. Power and energy measurement of repetitively pulsed lasers. Washington: National Bureau of Standards: For. To measure energy per pulse of a repetitively pulsed beam, one typically uses a pyroelectric type sensor; thermal sensors are used for measuring average power of a CW or a.

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pulsed lasers a pyroelectric detector is the better choice. Similar to Joule meters the power meters can have different absorber sheets optimized for a broadband behaviour and lower power.

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The pulse energy together with the pulse duration is often used to estimate the peak power of pulses. Conversely, temporal integration of the optical power results in the pulse energy. Pulsed operation of lasers refers to any laser not classified as continuous wave, so that the optical power appears in pulses of some duration at some repetition rate.

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Abstract. For laser material processing CO 2-lasers proved to be one of the major candidates as a reliable and highly efficient source of high-power mental results are reported, Author: M.

Hugenschmidt. The design and construction of high‐power nitrogen Å laser is described in detail. The laser produces 13 mJ at Å in a 12 nsec FWHM pulse at a repetition rate of 5 pulses per Cited by: Peak Power per Pulse: Peak Power per pulse is determined by dividing the energy per pulse by the pulse duration.

Where: P pk = Peak power in Watts E = Energy per pulse in Joules D pulse File Size: 91KB. Class IV: High power lasers (cw: mW, pulsed: 10 J/cm 2 or the diffuse reflection limit) are hazardous to view under any condition (directly or diffusely scattered) and are a potential fire.

Highly efficient high power short pulse lasers at the wavelength range of 2 µm based on Tm3+ doped materials have a variety of applications such as material processing.

For pulsed lasers in the range of µsec to nsec, the energy density varies as a function of the square root of the time domain. As a rule of thumb, an optic can withstand 10 times more. The use of electron-beam pumping has made it possible to develop pulsed electron-beam-sustained (EBS) CO lasers with an energy up to ~1 kJ and also to develop cw and periodic.

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There are nearly as many different kinds of meters as there are lasers, and none of them are cheap. I have the problem of making "at home" or almost, a measure of a laser's pulse energy for unit area of the target: those kinds lasts for ~ tens of milliseconds, up to some.

@article{osti_, title = {Excitability in semiconductor microring lasers: Experimental and theoretical pulse characterization}, author = {Gelens, L and Coomans, W and Van der Sande. A power supply for “triggerless,” repetitively pulsed cathodic arcs has been developed.

It is based on a thyristor-switched, high-voltage, high-current, pulse-forming network (PFN). It can provide Cited by: Pulsed-radar transmitters have limited peak and average power and thus the detection of scatterers is also limited.

As discussed in Chapters 2 and 3, the peak transmitter power P t of. plug in the appropriate power supply and attach a BNC cable to an oscilloscope channel.

There are no electronic adjustments to make on these devices. The setup and measurement is File Size: KB. For example, a pulse energy of 1 mJ in a fs pulse, as can be generated with a mode-locked laser and a regenerative amplifier of moderate size, already leads to a peak power of the order.

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Compact Pulsed High Energy Er:glass laser Peng Wan*, Jian Liu PolarOnyx Inc., Qume Drive, Suites 17 & 18, San Jose, CA, USA ABSTRACT Bulk Erbium-doped lasers are.

The MJ system for NIF is the largest of a series of pulsed power systems that have powered an ever larger series of solid-state lasers for ICF research at LLNL. Each of these systems is Cited by: 1.

This book gives the readers an introduction to experimental and theoretical knowledge acquired by large-scale laser laboratories that are dealing with extra–high peak power and Cited by: 3. Pulsed lasers can be used where intermittent high power is required over a small region, such as welding and surgery.

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