A new statistical approach to predict the possible increase of the laser generation in copper bromide lasers is presented.
The results are based on a big amount of experimental data with wavelengths 510.6 nm and 578.2 nm, obtained in
Georgi Nadjakov Institute of Solid State Physics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The data are treated by statistical
methods, such as multivariable factor analysis and linear regression modeling. The approximate increase of the output
laser power up to 18% is obtained by using six input working parameters. The proposed methodology is applied for
prognosticate the experiment and further design of the laser tube.
The transition from weak to heavy current discharge in the cross-section of radio frequency helium discharge is numerically investigated. It is found the lowest possible voltage, so that this transition takes place. It is established a possible rise of a pre-gap of the discharge on a line, non coinciding with the minimum distance between the electrodes. The obtained results are in good agreement with the existing experimental data. The method is applied and investigations are made for constructive engineering solutions, influenced on the break-through process.