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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0455

Industrial Applications of High Power Lasers
Editor(s): Dieter Schuoecker
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0455
Date Published: 19 March 1984
Softcover: 21 papers (134) pages
ISBN: 9780892524907

Table of Contents
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High Power Gas Lasers
Author(s): W Seelig
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Research And Development In The Field Of High Power Laser Technology At Battelle
Author(s): Karl Gurs
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High Power And High Energy Pulsed Lasers Where Do We Stand In Technology And What Is The Trend Of The Development
Author(s): Laszlo Erdelyi
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A New Fast Axial Flow CO2-Laser With Boo Watt Output Power
Author(s): P Wirth
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New Developments Of CO2-High Power Lasers In The Multi-Kilowatt Range And Their Use In Industrial Production
Author(s): Armin Gukelberger
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Computer Simulation Of A CO2 High Power Laser With Folded Resonator
Author(s): E Meisterhofer; M. E. Lippitsch
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Theoretical And Experimental Investigations On The Plasma Of A CO2 High Power Laser
Author(s): W. Abel; B. Wallter
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Measurements Of The Electron Temperature In A Fast Flow CO2 Laser Plasma
Author(s): Bruno Walter
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High Energy Laser Techniques In Industrial Measurements
Author(s): Laszlo Erdelyi; William F Fagan
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Optics For High Power CO2-Lasers
Author(s): Manfred R Berger; Herman E. Reedy
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An Apparatus For Measurement The Intensity Profile Of A Laser Beam During Materials Processing
Author(s): Karl Tippel
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Brillouin Scattering Experiment For The Determination Of The Temperature Dependence Of The Mean Free Path In Liquid CCl4
Author(s): Martin Sedlacek; Manfred Wohrl
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Basic Elements Of Laser Material Processing
Author(s): Gerd Herziger
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Development And Optical Absorption Properties Of A Laser Induced Plasma During CO[sub]2[/sub]-Laser Processing
Author(s): E Beyer; L Bakowsky; P Loosen; R Poprawe; G Herziger
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Physical Models And Technological Aspects Of Laser Gas Cutting
Author(s): I Decker; J. Ruge; U Atzert
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Material Removal Mechanism Of Laser Cutting
Author(s): D Schuocker; W Abel
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Laser Materials Cutting And Related Phenomena
Author(s): Erich H Berloffa; J Witzmann
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A Comparison Between Electron And Laser Beam Technologies
Author(s): Albert Schuler
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From The Test Laboratory To A Series Machine Tool Laser Technology In VOEST-ALPINE
Author(s): Friedrich Pusch
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Surface Alloying During Laser Melting
Author(s): G Barton; H W Bergmann; B. L Mordike; N GroB
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Microstructure And Properties Of Laser Melted Copper Alloys
Author(s): G Barton; H U Fritsch; H. W Bergmann
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