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Titel: Solid-State Lasers for Materials Processing
Autor/en: Reinhard Iffländer

ISBN: 3540669809
EAN: 9783540669807
Fundamental Relations and Technical Realizations.
Originaltitel: Festkörperlaser zur Materialbearbeitung.
'Springer Series in Optical Sciences'.
2001. Auflage.
230 Abbildungen, 73 Tabellen, zahlreiche Abbildungen.
Book.
Übersetzt von Stefan Weber
Springer-Verlag GmbH

18. Januar 2001 - gebunden - XVI

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From the reviews: "Takes the reader on a journey that covers all the basic science and engineering related to the topic of developing a solid-state laser for common materials processing problems. [...] Entrants to the field will certainly find it a book to keep for future reference." Optics & Photonic News

Inhaltsverzeichnis

I Theoretical Background.- 1 Fundamentals of Solid-State Lasers.
- 1.1 Energy-Level Diagram and Rate Equations.
- 1.2 Amplifiers.
- 1.3 Oscillator in the Stationary Case.
- 1.4 Threshold and Losses.
- 1.5 Influence of the Temperature.
- 1.6 Oscillator in Pulsed Operation.
- 1.7 Q-switch Operation.
- 1.8 The 3-Level System.
- 1.9 Efficiency and Optimization.- 2 Gaussian Optics.
- 2.1 Gaussian Beam.
- 2.2 Higher Order Modes.
- 2.3 ABCD Law.
- 2.4 Sign Conventions.
- 2.5 Matrices of Optical Elements.
- 2.6 Application of the ABCD Law.- 3 Resonators.
- 3.1 Stable Resonators.
- 3.2 Empty Resonators.
- 3.3 Conventional Stable Resonators.
- 3.4 Special Resonators with Two External Mirrors.
- 3.5 Multicavity Resonators.
- 3.6 Alignment Sensitivity of Stable Resonators.
- 3.7 Unstable Resonators.- 4 Thermal Effects.
- 4.1 Heat Efficiency.
- 4.2 Temperature Profile.
- 4.3 Transient Thermal Effects.
- 4.4 Thermal Load.
- 4.5 Influence on the Level Population.
- 4.6 Thermal Lensing.
- 4.7 Lens Effects in the Resonator.
- 4.8 Experimental Determination of the Refracting Power.
- 4.9 Thermally Invariant Resonators.- II Technical Realization.- 5 Beam Source.
- 5.1 Pumping Cavity for Rods.
- 5.2 Pumping Cavity for Slabs.
- 5.3 Cooling.
- 5.4 Cooling Unit.- 6 Gas Discharge Lamps.
- 6.1 Ionization for Flash and Arc Lamps.
- 6.2 Expansion of the Plasma Arc (Booster Circuit).
- 6.3 Voltage Current Characteristic.
- 6.4 On- and Off-Switching Characteristics.
- 6.5 Transient Progress.
- 6.6 Lifetime.
- 6.7 Spectral Characteristics.
- 6.8 Radiation Characteristic.
- 6.9 Recommendations for Operation.- 7 Excitation by Diodes.
- 7.1 Concepts.
- 7.2 Layout of the Laser Diodes.
- 7.3 Semiconductor Materials.
- 7.4 Technical Data of the Laser Diodes.
- 7.5 Excitation of a Solid-State Laser.- 8 Electrical Circuits.
- 8.1 Ignition Circuits.
- 8.2 Power Supplies.
- 8.3 Energy Storage.
- 8.4 Power Modulation.- 9 Optics.
- 9.1 Focusing Optics.
- 9.2 Lens Aberrations.
- 9.3 Scanning Systems.
- 9.4 Beam Splitter.
- 9.5 Beam Guiding by Fibers.
- 9.6 Transformation of Constant Resonator Parameters.
- 9.7 Laser-Induced Damage.- 10 Material Processing..
- 10.1 Beam Parameters.
- 10.2 Material Parameters.
- 10.3 Application Parameters.
- 10.4 Relations Between the Parameters.
- 10.5 Measurement Procedures.- III Data and Specifications.- 11 Laser Materials.
- 11.1 Parameter Specification.
- 11.2 Active Ions.- 12 Laser Crystals.- 13 Laser Glasses.- 14 Material Data.
- 14.1 Optical Transparent Media.
- 14.2 Materials for Manufacturing.- 15 Tables and Constants.
- 15.1 Conversion Tables.
- 15.2 Special Conversions.
- 15.3 Physical Constants.
- 15.4 Mathematical Constants.- References.

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"Takes the reader on a journey that covers all the basic science and engineering related to the topic of developing a solid-state laser for common materials processing problems. The emphasis is on addressing the important issues that an optical engineer will encounter in trying to develop, and then apply, a solid-state laser in the context of this field...The author has managed to successfully cover all the salient points without losing sight of the complete picture. I found the book easy to read and technically sound. Entrants to the field will certainly find it a book to keep for future reference."

-- OPTICS & PHOTONICS NEWS



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