1 November 1988 Effects Of Latent Heat And Incident Beam Distribution On The Temperature Field In Phase Change Recording
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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, Zhiping Zhou, Kuofan Chin, Kuofan Chin, Minqiang Wang, 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). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7976798 . Submission:
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