Refraction of laser plane in a spherically inhomogeneous thermal boundary layer
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The problem of determining the trajectories of geometrical optical rays for a model of a laser plane in a spherical thermal boundary layer is solved and equations of the projection of the laser plane passing through the layer are obtained. Qualitative variations in the pattern of refraction of rays and the projection of the laser plane for two models of the boundary layer are studied. It is shown that under definite conditions, the results of measurements of the parameters of this projection may be used to calculate the temperature field in the layer.
Key wordslaser measurements refraction inhomogeneous media thermal boundary layer
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