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Supersonic transverse electrical discharge laser

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3 Author(s)
Brandenberg, W. ; Boeing Scientific Research Laboratories, Seattle, Washington, USA ; Bailey, M. ; Texeira, P.

An electrically excited CO2-N2laser has been developed using high repetition rate discharge pulses from a pin electrode array transverse to a supersonic flow. To date volumetric laser power density of 34 W/cm3from a Mach 3 flow at 17-kHz repetition rate and 160-torr static pressure has been achieved. Power densities of at least 150 W/cm3at atmospheric pressure appear possible. The supersonic blowdown facility and electrical pulse generator are described and experimental results are discussed.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 4 )