A gas mirror is an optical gas device deflecting a light beam and consisting of a flat plate on which a stable controllable distribution of the refractive index is created by a certain means. Working capacities of such devices are estimated and their experimental studies are carried out. Limiting geometric and optical characteristics of the gas mirrors are determined.
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- n :
angle of deflection of the light beam
- U :
- T :
- C :
- Gr, Re:
Grashoff and Reynolds numbers Subscripts: ω and ∞, parameters on the wall and in the environment, respectively
average flow velocity
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Martynenko, O.G., Lemesh, N.I. & Piskunov, V.N. Gas mirror. J Eng Phys Thermophys 68, 438–441 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00858655
- Experimental Study
- Refractive Index
- Statistical Physic
- Light Beam
- Flat Plate