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Thermal modeling and analysis of nm pulsed excimer laser calorimeters by Donghai Chen, unknown edition. Request PDF | Thermal modeling of calorimeters for excimer lasers at nm wavelength | A thermal model has been developed to study the heat transfer mechanisms in a pulsed-laser . means it’s official. Federal government websites often end Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government : D X. Chen, Marla L. Dowell, Christopher L. Cromer, Nien F. Zhang. Thermal modeling and analysis of nm pulsed excimer laser calorimeters. By Donghai Chen. Abstract (Thesis) Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Florida, (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (leaves )(Statement of Responsibility) by Donghai ChenAuthor: Donghai Chen.

A simplified finite element model is built to study the thermal response of the nm pulsed-laser calorimeter. The nonequivalence between pulsed-laser heating and electrical heating is estimated. Thermal modeling of calorimeters for excimer lasers at nm wavelength Related Publications. Google Scholar. Search for other articles. By author. D. Chen; M. Dowell; C. Cromer; Z. Zhang; Search in. aiaa; Google Scholar; Previous Chapter Next Chapter 34th Thermophysics Conference.   Thermal modeling and analysis of the volume absorber in the pulsed excimer laser calorimeters are very important. In this work, Gaussian distributions are used to model the temporal and spatial distributions of the laser beam and an exponential decay function is used to model the internal absorption of the laser power. Close Drawer Menu Open Drawer Menu Menu. Home; Journals. AIAA Journal; Journal of Aerospace Information Systems; Journal of Air Transportation; Journal of Aircraft; Journal of .

  Zhang and, Z. M., and Chen, D. H. (Aug ). "Thermal Analysis of Multiphoton Absorption at nm in Volume-Absorbing Glass." ASME. J. Heat Transfer. April ; (2): – and reduce the accuracy of pulsed-laser calorimeters. Issue Section: Technical Notes. Thermal Analysis of the Volume Absorber in Pulsed Excimer. Thermal modeling and analysis of the volume absorber in the pulsed excimer laser calorimeters are very important. In this work, Gaussian distributions. and pulse energy monitor, was used for this study. The specification of system used is given in Table 2. Excimer laser pulse with a wavelength of nm and pulse duration of 25 ns was generated for Laser ablation study. The pulse repetition rate was fixed at 10Hz with variable pulse . (2) Donghai Chen (May ; Thermal Modeling and Analysis of nm Pulsed Excimer Laser Calorimeters). (3) Yihui Zhou (May ; Radiative Modeling in Rapid Thermal Processing for Accurate Wafer Temperature Measurement).