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Family of devices for the study of laser eam behavior in particular conditions
Author(s): Ilie M. Isarie; Claudiu-Laurentiu I. Isarie
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Paper Abstract

Laser applications in science and technology are based on the special properties of laser radiation, such as monochromaticity, coherence, beam concentration and high power density. Since the laser was discovered, an ever increasing number of applications have been found for it in the most diversified fields. Despite this, its wide possibilities are still by no means fully known or exhausted. Further development is continually taking place in the design of new systems. The generation of the photons is in itself an optic-electronic process. The trajectory of the laser beam is linear. It could be modified by a lens or by a mirror. We built some devices, in order to know how a laser beam could be partially deviated by a divergent nozzle. We began with a simple device, but at present we built a mono-module device, which is safer concerning the positioning errors.

Paper Details

Date Published: 4 June 2002
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 4632, Laser and Beam Control Technologies, (4 June 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.469768
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Ilie M. Isarie, Lucian Blaga Univ. of Sibiu (Romania)
Claudiu-Laurentiu I. Isarie, Lucian Blaga Univ. of Sibiu (Romania)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4632:
Laser and Beam Control Technologies
Santanu Basu; James F. Riker, Editor(s)

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