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Radiant energy distribution over the output beam cross-section for wide-aperture lasers excited with a radially convergent electron beam
Author(s): E. N. Abdullin; Boris M. Koval'chuk; Victor M. Orlovskii; Alexei N. Panchenko; V. V. Ryzhov; Victor S. Skakun; Edward A. Sosnin; Victor F. Tarasenko; I. Ya. Turchanovskii
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Paper Abstract

The results are presented of experimental and theoretical investigations of excitation and generation of the HF laser pumped by nonchain chemical reaction initiated by a beam of electrons as well as of the KrF and XeCl lasers pumped by beams of electrons. The effect of the volume charge field on the distribution of energy over the cross section of a laser cell and of the radiant energy density over the cross section of an output laser beam in mixtures with different concentrations of halogen is analyzed. The output energy density distribution over the beam cross section for lasers excited by the radially convergent beam of electrons and the total pump energy are determined. The pump energy distribution over the laser cell cross section and the total pump energy in various gas mixtures are calculated.

Paper Details

Date Published: 5 January 1999
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 3686, Laser Optics '98: Gas, Liquid, and Free-Electron Lasers, (5 January 1999);
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E. N. Abdullin, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
Boris M. Koval'chuk, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
Victor M. Orlovskii, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
Alexei N. Panchenko, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
V. V. Ryzhov, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
Victor S. Skakun, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
Edward A. Sosnin, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
Victor F. Tarasenko, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)
I. Ya. Turchanovskii, High-Current Electronics Institute (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3686:
Laser Optics '98: Gas, Liquid, and Free-Electron Lasers
Oleg B. Danilov, Editor(s)

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