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Measurement of heat pump processes induced by laser radiation

Max Garbuny

Measurement of heat pump processes induced by laser radiation

by Max Garbuny

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cooling.,
  • Heating.,
  • Laser.,
  • Heat pump.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[M. Garbuny and T. Henningsen].
    SeriesNASA CR -- 168324., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-168324.
    ContributionsHenningsen, T., Lewis Research Center., Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Research & Development Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16121035M

    Heat Transfer and Radiation Exchange Basics graphy is based on the measurement of radiative heat flow and is therefore most closely related to the radiation mode of heat transfer. Conduction Basics of Noncontact Thermal Measurements In most cases, thermal imagers can be considered as extensions of radiation. Effect of laser radiation intensity and exposure time on photothermal therapy using nanoparticles heated by radiation of a diode laser at λ = nm, and optical clearing of biological tissues.

    'heat' is a rather arcane term to use as a form of interchangeable energy. Excess heat only causes more phonons ('acoustic' vibrations of the lattice), in which case you dissipate more energy for intermediate stages. For a rather silly, but impor.   This can be confusing. The radiation from a laser can raise the temperatures of things that absorb it, and common usage would call this “heating.” But heat as the transfer of energy between two systems as a result of a temperature difference requi.

      The changes induced by temperature in the refractive index of water were monitored by Celliers et al. 8, who measured a 4 °C temperature increase in .   At first, we summarize the properties of a transverse electromagnetic wave. This is followed by the discussion of the diffraction of light. We present the concept of coherence—temporal and spatial—and compare laser radiation with thermal light. After that, we treat the Gaussian beam and the higher transverse modes.


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Measurement of heat pump processes induced by laser radiation. Cleveland, Ohio: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA Lewis Research Center, November (OCoLC) Measurement of heat pump processes induced by laser radiation: Authors: Garbuny, M.; Henningsen, T.

Affiliation: and it is expected that increase of pulse energies and durations will enhance the heat pump effects. The experiments confirm the feasibility of quasi-isentropic engines which convert laser power into work without the need for.

Measurement of heat pump processes induced by laser radiation. Cleveland, OH: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

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This book is the first to describe novel measurement techniques of processes during laser-matter interaction using ultra-fast lasers. Targeted at both engineers and physicists, initial chapters address the working tools, the history of laser ultra-fast metrology, an overview of ultra-fast laser sources, and the fundamentals of laser radiation-matter interaction.

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Since even relatively small amounts of laser light can lead to permanent eye injuries, the sale and usage of lasers is typically subject to government regulations.

Purchase Effects of High-Power Laser Radiation - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNbe λ SSL ≈ × 10–6 m, the photon energies amount to E Ph,CO 2 = × 10–20 J for CO 2 laser radiation and E Ph,SSL = × 10–19 J for solid-state laser radiation.

Using Einstein’s formula of mass-energy equivalence, the (equivalent) photon masses m Ph,L can be calculated again as a function of laser wavelength according to.

4 1 Lasers: Fundamentals, Types, and Operations N N E 0 E E 1 E 3 E 0 E E 1 2 Fast decay Fast decay Fast decay Pumping Pumping Lasing Lasing (a) (b) Figure Energy level diagram for (a) three- and (b) four level laser systems.

N 1 to achieve the condition of population inversion between E 2 and E 1 at moderate pumping. Threshold Gain Coefficient for Lasing Laser beam undergoes. Heat transfer is a discipline of thermal engineering that concerns the generation, use, conversion, and exchange of thermal energy between physical transfer is classified into various mechanisms, such as thermal conduction, thermal convection, thermal radiation, and transfer of energy by phase ers also consider the transfer of mass of differing chemical species.

We performed temperature measurements at the rear surface of laser-irradiated targets under conditions of two different laser wavelengths ( or μ m) and several intensities (2 × 10 13 – 1 × 10 14 W / cm 2) in order to verify an effect of radiation and nonlocal electron heat transport.

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F. Hasssan, M. M. El-Nicklawy, S. L. Diab, S. El-Din Salman and A. M Abd-Rabou Helwan University, Faculty of Science, Physics department The present work aims to study the temperature distribution in .