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Optics

  • Reinhard Iffländer
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Part of the Springer Series in Optical Sciences book series (SSOS, volume 77)

Abstract

The focus diameter, the working distance, the divergence and the beam diameter are predefmed by the application problem and the beam source used. With that, the necessary optics can be completely calculated.

Keywords

Beam Diameter Welding Spot Spherical Aberration Pulse Peak Power Focus Diameter 
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  • Reinhard Iffländer
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  1. 1.SchrambergGermany

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