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Methods of XeCl-lasers computer modeling

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4 Author(s)
Anufrik, S.S. ; Yanka Kupala State Univ. of Grodno, Grodno ; Shkleinik, V.O. ; Volodenkov, A.P. ; Znosko, K.F.

The procedure of electric-discharge XeCl-lasers modeling is presented. Although there are many reports on the different models of XeCl-lasers, for an analysis having clear physical sense it is useful to have a general procedure. In general case program of XeCl-Lasers modeling includes the next subprograms: the subprogram for solution of Boltzmann equation for electrons; subprogram for calculation of solving of set of equations for kinetic processes; subprogram for calculation of solving of set of equations for electric circuit of excitation system; data base for cross-section of reaction with electron participation; data base for rate coefficients of reactions with heavy particles, ions and photons participation. The program of XeCl-lasers enables to calculate an electrons, atom and molecule concentrations, specific energy deposition in active medium, and power of generation.

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Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers, 2008. CAOL 2008. 4th International Conference on

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Sept. 29 2008-Oct. 4 2008

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