Longitudinally pumped Ne-like titanium x-ray laser simulation with a post-processor code coupled to EHYBRID

2006-08-25
DEMİR, ALİ
AKMAN, ERHAN
Bilikmen, S.
Demir, P.
Ince, S.
KAÇAR, ELİF
Yurdanur, E.
YALTKAYA, ŞERAFETTİN
Longitudinal pumping with a grazing incidence scheme of Ne-like Ti has been modeled by using the EHYBRID and a post-processor code. The atomic data that are required in the simulation are obtained by using the Cowan code. The variation of the Ne-like Ti x-ray laser gain at 32.6 nm is calculated for a fixed delay time with a variation in the incidence angle and a fixed incidence angle with a variation in the delay time. The post processor code has been used to simulate the x-ray resonance lines between 17 and 29 angstrom.

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Citation Formats
A. DEMİR et al., “Longitudinally pumped Ne-like titanium x-ray laser simulation with a post-processor code coupled to EHYBRID,” 2006, vol. 115, p. 341, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/68462.