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30 January 2013Experimental study on output energy stability of discharge-initiated repetition rate HF laser
The output energy stability of discharged-pumped pulsed HF laser in repetition rate mode is
studied experimentally, and the optimal operating conditions are obtained. The experimental
results show that the output energy decreases quickly with the increase of repetition rate, and
increasing gas flow rate is beneficial to improve the discharge stability and the output energy
stability as well. By optimizing the operating conditions, the laser can operate stably at the
repetition rate of 50 Hz, with the stable output energy of about 260 mJ, and the average power is
about 13 W.
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Ying Tang, Ke Huang, Ai-ping Yi, Feng Zhu, Lian-Ying Ma, Li Yu, Xin Huang, Yan-long Shen, Hang Qian, Jing-ru Liu, Xisheng Ye, "Experimental study on output energy stability of discharge-initiated repetition rate HF laser," Proc. SPIE 8677, XIX International Symposium on High-Power Laser Systems and Applications 2012, 867709 (30 January 2013);