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Numerical Modeling of High Power Continuous-Wave Yb:YAG Thin Disk Lasers, Scaling to 14 kW

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A numerical model of the thin disk laser, including inversion, absorption, intracavity power density, temperature and ASE is presented. It is combined with FEM analysis to compute deformation, stress and thermal lensing.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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