Burak Yedierler

E-mail
buraky@metu.edu.tr
Department
Department of Physics
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Curvature aided long range propagation of short laser pulses in the atmosphere
Yedierler, Burak (AIP Publishing, 2013-3)
The pre-filamentation regime of propagation of a short and intense laser pulse in the atmosphere is considered. Spatiotemporal self-focusing dynamics of the laser beam are investigated by calculating the coupled differenti...
Nonlinear longitudinal compression of short laser pulses in the atmosphere
Yedierler, Burak (AIP Publishing, 2009-05-01)
Propagation of short and intense laser beams in the atmosphere is considered for the purpose of identifying the temporal compression. The conditions and validity of linear and nonlinear compression theories are discussed. ...
Modelling of a continuous optical discharge stabilized by a gas flow in quasi-optical approximation
Rafatov, İsmail; Yedierler, Burak; KULUMBAEV, E. B. (IOP Publishing, 2009-03-07)
We consider a continuous optical discharge (COD) sustained by a weakly focused CO(2) laser beam and stabilized by a cold gas flow incident in the direction of the laser radiation propagation. We develop and examine a two-d...
Remote ionization by a short pulse laser beam propagating in the atmosphere
Yedierler, Burak (AIP Publishing, 2008-07-01)
Self-focusing of high power, short laser pulses is considered for the purpose of identifying physical parameters that allow a remotely controllable ionization in the atmosphere. The propagation equation including diffracti...
Electron excitation by a multi passage laser beam in a plasma
Yedierler, Burak; Bilikmen, S (2001-03-01)
The limits put by optical guiding. and channel guiding mechanisms on the Laser Wakefield Acceleration (LWFA) technique are imposed on the Resonant Laser Wakefield Acceleration (RLWFA) scheme. Energy gained by the electrons...
Limits on laser wakefield accelerators
Yedierler, Burak; Bilikmen, S (1999-04-01)
The longitudinal and radial wakefields produced by a single laser pulse in a plasma are calculated. The limits on the laser wakefield acceleration because of diffraction, optical guiding, and energy loss due to radiation a...
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