In this work we present a theoretical study concerning the Laser Induced Plasma (LIP) produced by the interaction between a nanosecond laser with a metallic titanium target in air and in water. The strong influence of chemical processes on the fluid dynamic expansion has been investigated. To this aim a 2D fluid dynamic code has been developed and coupled with a chemical equilibrium model.

Modeling Laser Induced Plasma Expansion Under Equilibrium Conditions

CRISTOFOLINI, ANDREA;BORGHI, CARLO ANGELO;
2007

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In this work we present a theoretical study concerning the Laser Induced Plasma (LIP) produced by the interaction between a nanosecond laser with a metallic titanium target in air and in water. The strong influence of chemical processes on the fluid dynamic expansion has been investigated. To this aim a 2D fluid dynamic code has been developed and coupled with a chemical equilibrium model.
AIAA meeting papers on disc, 38th AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Conference
AIAA-2007-4593
AIAA-2007-4593
A. Casavola; G. Colonna; A. Cristofolini; C. Borghi; M. Capitelli
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