1 October 1994 Surface inclusion adhesion of optical coatings
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Evaluation of laser-induced damage in optical coatings employing a surface inclusion adhesion layer model is presented. The effects of thermal and optical absorption of an inclusion adhesion layer on a coating surface irradiated by a laser pulse can induce coating damage. The effects of the adhesion layer extinction coefficient, thickness, and heat conductivity on the laser-induced damage threshold of the coating are investigated by thin-film temperature field distribution analysis. Laser-induced damage on high-reflectance (HR) multilayer and ion-beam-sputtered coatings are analyzed.
Xuefei Tang, Xuefei Tang, Zhengxiu Fan, Zhengxiu Fan, ZhiJiang Wang, ZhiJiang Wang, } "Surface inclusion adhesion of optical coatings," Optical Engineering 33(10), (1 October 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.179372 . Submission:
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