J Padma Nilaya
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 75 Issue 5 November 2010 pp 889-894 Conributed Papers
On the repetitive operation of a self-switched transversely excited atmosphere CO2 laser
Pallavi Raote Gautam Patil J Padma Nilaya D J Biswas
The repetition rate capability of self-switched transversely excited atmosphere (TEA) CO2 laser was studied for different gas flow configurations. For an optimized gas flow configuration, repetitive operation was achieved at a much smaller gas replenishment factor between two successive pulses when compared with repetitive systems energized by conventional pulsers.
Volume 75 Issue 5 November 2010 pp 901-906 Conributed Papers
On the operation of switch-less transversely excited atmosphere CO2 lasers in the oscillator and amplifier configurations
Gautam C Patil Pallavi Raote J Padma Nilaya D J Biswas
The work presented in this paper deals with the triggering aspect of a switch-less laser. Many methods were utilized to affect the operation of two switch-less lasers in the oscillator–amplifier configuration. Most satisfactory performance in terms of the range and reliability of the delay was obtained with the LC inversion-based triggering option.
Volume 75 Issue 6 December 2010 pp 1087-1097 Invited Papers
Laser-assisted cleaning: Dominant role of surface
Pulsed laser-assisted removal of particulates from substrates has decided advantages over the conventional methods of cleaning. Experiments conducted with loose contamination on metal and transparent dielectric surfaces proved conclusively the dominant role played by the absorption of the incident radiation by the surface towards the generation of the cleaning force as against the absorption in the particulates alone. Further, the presence of transparent/semi-transparent particulates on a metal surface was found to result in an increased absorption of the incident radiation by the substrate. This effect, identified as field-enhanced surface absorption was found to increase with reduction in the average particulate size.
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