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ATM GDL: new prospects for gas-dynamic laser
Author(s): Victor V. Apollonov; Alexander B. Bersh; S. I. Chdanovitch; P. A. Drozdov; Alexej B. Egorov; P. A. Egoyanz; V. A. Feofilaktov; Valerii K. Ikonnikov; Vadim V. Kijko; Victor I. Kislov; A. V. Lavrov; V. P. Malyavine; A. G. Suzdaltsev; Yu S. Vagin
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Paper Abstract

At present, a mobile, self-contained laser rated at 50-70 kW or higher is required for solution of a whole range of urgent problems of technology and environment protection.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 January 2000
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 3887, High-Power Lasers in Civil Engineering and Architecture, (14 January 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.375179
Show Author Affiliations
Victor V. Apollonov, General Physics Institute (Russia)
Alexander B. Bersh, RNC PC (Russia)
S. I. Chdanovitch, RNC PC (Russia)
P. A. Drozdov, Luga SPA (Russia)
Alexej B. Egorov, General Physics Institute (Russia)
P. A. Egoyanz, RNC PC (Russia)
V. A. Feofilaktov, Luga SPA (Russia)
Valerii K. Ikonnikov, RNC PC (Russia)
Vadim V. Kijko, General Physics Institute (Russia)
Victor I. Kislov, General Physics Institute (Russia)
A. V. Lavrov, RNC PC (Russia)
V. P. Malyavine, Luga SPA (Russia)
A. G. Suzdaltsev, General Physics Institute (Russia)
Yu S. Vagin, General Physics Institute (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3887:
High-Power Lasers in Civil Engineering and Architecture
Sadao Nakai; Lloyd A. Hackel; Wayne C. Solomon, Editor(s)

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