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Micropinches In The SPEED 2 Plasma Focus

IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts. 1992 IEEE International Conference on Plasma, 1993

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Hot spots, ion clusters and the fine structure of focused discharge pinches

IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts. 1992 IEEE International Conference on Plasma, 1993

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A Time-dependent Kinetic Model Of A Xenon Flashlamp

IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts. 1992 IEEE International Conference on Plasma, 1993

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High-harmonic generation using a kHz, 2.1-µm OPCPA pumped by a ps cryogenic Yb:YAG amplifier

IEEE Photonics Conference 2012, 2012

We study the cutoff extension and efficiency scaling of high-harmonic generation in Xe, Kr, and Ar using a kHz 2.1-μm OPCPA pumped by a picosecond cryogenic Yb:YAG amplifier. High-harmonic spectroscopy and propagation effect are discussed.


New infrared laser lines in argon, krypton, and xenon

IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1980

Fourteen new infrared laser transitions in Ar, Kr, and Xe ranging from3.725 to 17.233 \mum are reported. All of the Kr laser transitions and all but one of the Ar and Xe transitions have upper levels in thesordstate: the majority of the transitions satisfy the condition\Delta K = \Delta J. Identification of a previously observed, unidentified laser line at 5.804 ...



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  • Micropinches In The SPEED 2 Plasma Focus

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  • Hot spots, ion clusters and the fine structure of focused discharge pinches

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  • A Time-dependent Kinetic Model Of A Xenon Flashlamp

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  • High-harmonic generation using a kHz, 2.1-µm OPCPA pumped by a ps cryogenic Yb:YAG amplifier

    We study the cutoff extension and efficiency scaling of high-harmonic generation in Xe, Kr, and Ar using a kHz 2.1-μm OPCPA pumped by a picosecond cryogenic Yb:YAG amplifier. High-harmonic spectroscopy and propagation effect are discussed.

  • New infrared laser lines in argon, krypton, and xenon

    Fourteen new infrared laser transitions in Ar, Kr, and Xe ranging from3.725 to 17.233 \mum are reported. All of the Kr laser transitions and all but one of the Ar and Xe transitions have upper levels in thesordstate: the majority of the transitions satisfy the condition\Delta K = \Delta J. Identification of a previously observed, unidentified laser line at 5.804 μm in Ar is given.

  • A comparison of Kr and Xe flashlamps for Nd:YAG lasers

    Linear krypton and xenon flashlamps (6 mm bore, 3 in. arc) having various fill pressures between 450 Torr and 4 atm. have been operated in a single elliptical gold-plated pump cavity to excite a Nd:YAG laser rod (0.25 in. dia., 3 in. long). Laser operation as a function of lamp fill, for electrical input energies ranging from 2 to 40 J (120 µs pulse duration) and for pulse repetition rates from single-shot to 20 Hz, will be described. The results will be analyzed, and the results and analysis will be compared to those of Oliver and Barnes (1). Our findings complement those of Oliver and Barnes; these two studies show that, for each of the two different experimental arrangements and regimes of operation, Kr lamps are generally superior to Xe lamps for pumping Nd:YAG except at high current densities.

  • A Novel Low-Cost Electronic Ballast for Automotive HID Lamps

    This paper presents a novel low-cost, two-stage, negative-voltage-driven electronic ballast used to drive automotive high-intensity-discharging (HID) lamps with a constant lamp-power control scheme. The presented ballast is comprised of a buck-boost-flyback converter to provide negative voltages and a half-bridge-type inverter to supply the lamp with low-frequency square-wave voltage/current. Owing to its low-frequency operation, no acoustic resonance occurs on the HID lamps. The paper demonstrates the operational principles, design equations and experimental results of the proposed ballast for one 35 W automotive HID lamp operating at 400 Hz switching frequency with battery input DC-voltage of 12 V.

  • Tunable mid-IR emission through four-wave mixing in Xe-filled hollow-core photonic crystal fiber

    A tunable mid-IR source based on four-wave mixing in Xe-filled hollow-core photonic crystal fiber is investigated numerically. Tunability from the 1.95μm pump through the mid-IR is demonstrated. In spite of higher loss, modeling suggests that smaller core fiber improves conversion efficiency.

  • A comparative study of different microstrip plate geometries for CsI-based UV photosensors working in a reflective mode

    A study by numerical simulation of the performance of 8 different microstrip plate (MSP) chambers filled with xenon at the pressure of 10/sup 5/ Pa is carried out. The anode width is fixed at 10 /spl mu/m but the cathode width ranges from 80 to 320 /spl mu/m with variable anode-to-cathode distances (from 10 to 55 /spl mu/m). Simulation results are presented for the avalanche multiplication factors at a certain drift position and gains for the various geometries. The amount of optical positive feedback is also estimated for the various geometries, since this is a determinant factor for the use of a CsI- covered MSP chamber, as a VUV photosensor for detection of the scintillation light of a Gas Proportional Scintillation Counter. For this purpose, the best MSP geometry studied is the one with 160 /spl mu/m cathodes and cathode-to- anode gaps of 55 /spl mu/m.

  • Intense isolated attosecond pulses generated by infrared two-color multicycle laser field synthesis

    By mixing two infrared laser pulses of different wavelengths, we generate the continuum harmonic spectrum around a cut-off region. Our obtained harmonic spectra clearly show the possibility of generating isolated attosecond pulses from many-cycle laser pulse.



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