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Three-dimensional laser window formation
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, National Technical Information Service, distributer in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Three dimensional laser window formation|
|Statement||Vincent G. Verhoff|
|Series||NASA reference publication -- 1280, NASA reference publication -- 1280|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Three-dimensional laser window formation. [Vincent G Verhoff; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.]. mented a unique process for forming flawless three-dimensional laser windows.
These windows represent a major part of specialized, nonintrusive laser data acquisition systems used in a variety of compressor and turbine research test facilities.
This report discusses in detail the aspects of three-dimensional laser window formation. for three-dimensional laser windows because of its high strength due to chemical strengthening and its optical clarity. This paper discusses the main aspects of three-dimensional laser window formation.
It focuses on the unique methodology and the peculiarities that are associated with the formation of these windows. Currently, sodium-alumino-silicate glass is recommended for three-dimensional laser windows because of its high strength due to chemical strengthening and its optical clarity. This paper discusses the main aspects of three-dimensional laser window : Vincent G.
Verhoff and David Kowalski. This report discusses in detail the aspects of three-dimensional laser window formation.
It focuses on the unique methodology and the peculiarities associated with the formation of these windows. Included in this discussion are the design criteria, bonding mediums, and evaluation testing for three-dimensional laser by: 4.
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The process is based on the Surfi-Sculpt® manufacturing. Three-dimensional laser-assisted processing of bioceramics Article (PDF Available) in Physics Procedia December with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'. 3D scan with windows hello on surface book 2 Hi, I see that on surface book 2, there is only 1 camera.
at least 2 lenses with separate sensors for each lens to simulate a human's vision or field of view to capture a three-dimensional image. Windows. The invention further relates to a method for calibration of a three-dimensional light scanner and a method for three-dimensional light scanning.
Further specific embodiments for scanning of and Cited by: Conclusions In this study the feasibility of rapid prototyping based on laser cladding for processing three-dimensional bioceramic structures was demonstrated.
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In this work, we present the facile fabrication of conductive and porous graphitic electrodes by direct laser Author: Micheal Burke, Cathal Larrigy, Eoghan Vaughan, George Paterakis, Labrini Sygellou, Aidan J. Quinn, G. Three-Dimensional Microscopy by Laser Scanning and Multi-Wavelength Digital Holography Alexander Khmaladze University of South Florida Follow this and additional works.
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optical imaging system offering high. This machining process relies on the non-ablative exposure of fused silica to create three-dimensional patterns that are then etched away by immersing the laser-exposed substrate in a chemical solution Cited by: We developed new photopolymers for use in the formation of three-dimensional (3-D) carbon microstructures via two-photon microfabrication and microtransfer molding.
The photopolymers. Currently, three-dimensional graphene (3DG) fabrication was restricted by the complicated process, strict chemical reactions as well as structural acc. Recent progress in three-dimensional microstructuring of photosensitive materials by femtosecond lasers has been reviewed.
Due to the nonlinear nature of multiphoton laser-activated processing. We begin with conventional laser processing equipment. The first is a conventional marking system with a small work station and a very simple beam delivery.
Although it is not three dimensional, we may Author: Robert D. Bannister.The life sciences require new highly sensitive imaging tools, which allow the quantitative measurement of molecular parameters within a physiological three-dimensional (3D) environment. Therefore, we.
A new three-dimensional (3D) printing process designated as shockwave-induced freeform technique (SWIFT) is explored for fabricating microparts from nanopowders. SWIFT consists of generating shockwaves using a laser Author: P. A. Molian.