Space and time resolved temperature measurements in laser pulse-produced metal melts

Otte, D.; Kleinschmidt, H.; Bostanjoglo, O.
June 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun97, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p2534
Academic Journal
Describes a fast broadband pyrometer in temperature, and a calibration method suitable for liquid metals. Time resolution of temperature measurements; Application of the pyrometer to determine the temperature of melts produced by focused nanosecond laser pulses in gold and iron films.


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