Development of a Combustion-Driven After-Mixing Gasdynamic Laser Utilizing Liquid Fuel and Liquid Oxidizer
A combustion-driven CO2 gasdynamic laser which has become one of high - energy laser sources operating in the infrared region advanced by Gerry et al., has been studied from a number of both theoretical and experimental aspects   .
KeywordsSupersonic Flow Laser Output Power Stable Combustion Supersonic Nozzle Combustion Test
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