Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–6): Prof. Dr. Oleg G. Okhotnikov
Chapter 2 High?Power Fiber Lasers and Amplifiers: basics and permitting applied sciences to go into the higher Limits (pages 7–61): Thomas Schreiber, Ramona Eberhardt, Jens Limpert and Andreas Tunnermann
Chapter three Supercontinuum resources in line with Photonic Crystal Fiber (pages 63–96): Sebastian Stark, John C. Travers, Nicolas Y. Joly and Philip St. J. Russell
Chapter four Dissipative Soliton Fiber Lasers (pages 97–133): William H. Renninger and Frank W. Wise
Chapter five Modeling and applied sciences of Ultrafast Fiber Lasers (pages 135–175): Brandon G. Bale, Oleg G. Okhitnikov and Sergei ok. Turitsyn
Chapter 6 Tapered Fiber Lasers and Amplifiers (pages 177–232): Valery Filippov, Juho Kerttula and Prof. Dr. Oleg G. Okhotnikov
Chapter 7 Fiber Lasers that Bridge the Shortwave to Midwave areas of the Infrared Spectrum (pages 233–267): Stuart D. Jackson and David G. Lancaster
Chapter eight Outlook (pages 269–270): Prof. Dr. Oleg G. Okhotnikov
Read Online or Download Fiber Lasers PDF
Similar light books
This 3rd quantity of Springer sequence on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors goals to allow the researcher or technologist to turn into conversant in the newest ideas and strategies that keep it up enlarging the functions during this attention-grabbing box. It offers with the unconventional luminescence lifetime-based suggestions for interrogation of sensor arrays in high-throughput screening, cataluminescence, chemical sensing with hole waveguides, new methods in sensor layout and fabrication by way of both combinatorial tools or engineered indicator/support undefined.
This paintings provides advances in skinny motion pictures for functions within the fields of built-in optics, micro-optics, optical telecommunications and optoelectronics. It delineates the functionality features wanted for graded coatings, damage-resistant laser coatings etc. uncomplicated idea and purposes are illustrated.
Odyssey of sunshine in Nonlinear Optical Fibers: idea and purposes provides a suite of leap forward learn portraying the odyssey of sunshine from optical solitons to optical rogue waves in nonlinear optical fibers. The booklet presents an easy but holistic view at the theoretical and application-oriented features of sunshine, with a different specialize in the underlying nonlinear phenomena.
- Die Welt des Lichtes: The Universe of Light
- Essentials of Lasers
- Grundkurs Theoretische Physik 3-Elektrodynamik
- Integrated Optics: Theory and Technology
- Mathematical modeling in optical science
- Bibliographie der Veröffentlichungen über den Leichtbau und seine Randgebiete im deutschen und ausländischen Schrifttum aus den Jahren 1955 bis 1959 / Bibliography of Publications on Light Weight Constructions and Related Fields in German and Foreign Lite
Additional info for Fiber Lasers
29c and d). Care has to be taken if endcaps are attached to PCFs, because the length of the collapsed region might inﬂuence the beam quality. 4. 3 Pump Coupler As the demand for integrated high-power laser systems has increased, much research efforts have been focused on packaging and integration of laser systems into single units including pumping and amplifying. 29 Fused silica block spliced to a passive transport fiber (a) and a close up of the splice region including the concave fillet weld (b); close up of a PCF showing a collapse of the air-cladding 700 mm in length (c), and improved splice with a collapse of <100 mm (d).
18 Temperature increase within the fibers cross section for different thermal loads. Heat dissipation from the coating to the ambient air also involves convective and radiative mechanisms. 18 for a ﬁber with an outer diameter of 850 mm, a pump core of 500 mm, and a core of 30 mm, as well as an acrylate coating with a thickness of 150 mm. The heat load is varied from 100 to 300 W mÀ1 but it is assumed that the heat is efﬁciently removed on the outer surface to keep a constant temperature. Nevertheless, the outer temperature will not change the gradient inside the ﬁber and so a temperature increase in the ﬁbers core above 100 K is obtained for such geometry and at such heat load levels.
Below this threshold, the near ﬁeld proﬁle and the measured beam quality out of the ampliﬁer ﬁber appears to be single mode. However, above the threshold an apparently random temporal change in the mode content accompanied by a sudden decrease in beam quality can be observed. A reduction to a power level below threshold results again in a stable fundamental-mode output beam, thus, no hysteresis is observed. Furthermore, the average power does not drop at this threshold and can actually be further increased with subsequent beam quality degradation.