Second-Degree Polynomial Model of Laser Generation for a CuBr Laser

Nikolay Denev, Iliycho Petkov Iliev
unpublished
The subject of investigation is a copper bromide vapor laser, generating laser emissions in the visible spectrum (510.6 nm an d 578.2 nm). A statistical model has been developed based on experiment data. The goal is to analyze the state of existing lasers and to predict the behavior of new laser sources. A second-degree polynomial model has been developed to determine output laser generation in relation to 10 independent input laser characteristics. The model describes 96.7% of examined
more » ... of examined experiment data. An adequacy diagnosis has been performed on the obtai ned model. The model is applied to predict the output power of the laser source in relation to new data of the input characteristics.
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