Nonstationary temperature distribution caused by bulk absorption of laser pulse

Yuri Gurevich, Georgi Logvinov, Luis Niño De Rivera, Oleg Titov

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Abstract

A study was performed on the nonstationary temperature distribution caused by bulk absorption laser pulse. The solution was obtained by the comparasion of the arbitrary pulse duration with the relaxation time of nonstationary thermal diffusion. It was determined that the evolution of the transient temperature consists of active and relaxation intervals.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages441-443
Number of pages396
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StatePublished - 1 Jan 2003
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Thermal diffusion
Relaxation time
Laser pulses
Temperature distribution
laser
temperature
Temperature
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Gurevich, Y., Logvinov, G., De Rivera, L. N., & Titov, O. (2003). Nonstationary temperature distribution caused by bulk absorption of laser pulse. 441-443. Paper presented at Review of Scientific Instruments, . https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1520319
Gurevich, Yuri ; Logvinov, Georgi ; De Rivera, Luis Niño ; Titov, Oleg. / Nonstationary temperature distribution caused by bulk absorption of laser pulse. Paper presented at Review of Scientific Instruments, .396 p.
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Nonstationary temperature distribution caused by bulk absorption of laser pulse. / Gurevich, Yuri; Logvinov, Georgi; De Rivera, Luis Niño; Titov, Oleg.

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