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Investigation of Gas clearing ratio to input energy density in a pulsed Transversely Excited Atmospheric (TEA) Co2 laser
Mansour Zand Mr * 1, Saeed Amin Naeimi Mr2, Bakhtiar Kia Mr2, Reza Neshati Mr2, Aiub Ahmadi Mr2, Morteza Noorollahi Mr2
1- instructor Laser and Optics Research School
2- employer Laser and Optics Research School
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In a pulsed transversely excited atmospheric (TEA) Co2 laser, to establish a uniform discharge between the electrodes without gas damaging, gas replacement is needed at time duration between two pulses. The amount of these replacements are called clearing ratio. In this paper the relation between clearing ratios at the maximum repetition rates and the input energy densities was investigated and eventually a experimental relation between gas cleaning ratios and input energy densities is presented
Keywords: clearing ratio, Pulsed co2 laser
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Zand M, Amin Naeimi S, Kia B, Neshati R, Ahmadi A, Noorollahi M. Investigation of Gas clearing ratio to input energy density in a pulsed Transversely Excited Atmospheric (TEA) Co2 laser. ICOP & ICPET. 2015; 21 :109-112
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