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Self-trapping and self-focusing of electromagnetic waves in a plasma.
Kristian Barstad Dysthe
by Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of Bergen in Bergen
Written in English
|Series||Universitetet i Bergen. Matematisk institutt. Report 14|
|LC Classifications||QA801 .B4 no. 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25,  l.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||70503102|
The material has an intensity-dependent refractive index. At the center of the beam, the refractive index is the largest. The induced refractive index profile counteracts diffraction and actually focuses the beam. Self-focusing is important in the design of high-power laser systems. The model demonstrates 3D nonlinear wave propagation. Self-focusing is a non-linear optical process induced by the change in refractive index of materials exposed to intense electromagnetic radiation. A medium whose refractive index increases with the electric field intensity acts as a focusing lens for an electromagnetic wave characterised by an initial transverse intensity gradient, as in a laser beam. The peak intensity of the self-focused.
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