1 November 1988 Effects Of Latent Heat And Incident Beam Distribution On The Temperature Field In Phase Change Recording
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Optical Engineering, 27(11), 271194 (1988). doi:10.1117/12.7976798
Abstract
Utilizing heat conduction theory and thin film optics theory, we have derived an optical and thermal analytical model for phase change recording in a trilayer antireflection structure. The temperature field during recording with different latent heats of fusion and the incident beam distributions of a short pulse laser are calculated. The radial distributions of the temperature field at different times are described. The effect of latent heat on temperature-time behavior and the effect of the incident beam distribution on temperature-space behavior are discussed.
Zhiping Zhou, Kuofan Chin, Minqiang Wang, "Effects Of Latent Heat And Incident Beam Distribution On The Temperature Field In Phase Change Recording," Optical Engineering 27(11), 271194 (1 November 1988). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.7976798
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Thermal effects

Thermography

Antireflective coatings

Pulsed laser operation

Thermal modeling

Thin films

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