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a new kind of VISAR

Series G PDM
Series G Unamplified
Single Photodetectors
for light levels
of 0.1 mW and higher


Series F PDM
Series F Amplified Single Photodetectors
for light levels down to nanowatts


Series F Differential PDM
Series J Amplified
 Differential Photodetectors

like Series F single detectors,
but only the difference is amplified



Power Supply

recommended
for DC coupled PDMs
and all Differentials


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Users Worldwide Report Successes with
Martin, Froeschner & Associates All Fiber
Doppler Velocity Interferometer (VISAR) Systems

Latest update: June 2011


Experiments in warm dense matter using an ion beam driver

F. Bieniosek*, M. Leitner*, B. G. Logan*, P. K. Roy*, P. Ni*, J.J. Barnard#,
M. Kireeff Covo#, A.Molvik#, L. R. Grisham†
Heavy Ion Fusion Science Virtual National Laboratory (HIFS-VNL)
*Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,
#Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, †Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
H. Yoneda, University of Electro-communications, Tokyo, Japan

PAC ’07 - 22nd Particle Accelerator Conference, Albuquerque, June 25- 29, 2007


tests with nail gun etc.


Material Damage Test for ILC Collimators

J. L. Fernandez-Hernando#, STFC, Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington, U.K.
G. A.Blair, S. T. Boogert, Royal Holloway, University of London, Surrey, U.K.
G. E. Ellwood, J. Greenhalgh, STFC, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton-Didcot, U.K.
L. Keller, SLAC, Menlo Park, California, U.S.A., N. K. Watson, University of Birmingham, U.K.

THPMN072 Proceedings of PAC07 Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA


On using an FDVI, ours, in linear accelerator studies


Interferometric Velocity Measurements
in Heavy Ion Beam Driven WDM Experiments


J. Menzel1, D. Fernengel1, A. Fertman4, D.H.H. Hoffmann1,2, A. Hug2, M. Kulish3, J. Ling1,
D. Nikolaev3, V. Ternovoi3, V. Turtikov4, S. Udrea1, and D. Varentsov2

1TU Darmstadt; 2GSI Darmstadt; 3IPCP Chernogolovka; 4ITEP Moscow


Ion-beam-heating and diagnostic - II:
application of pyrometry and laser interferometry


Pavel Ni
Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Another presentation by Pavel Ni with nice data from FDVI on nail gun


Heavy Ion Fusion Science Virtual National Laboratory
4th Quarter 2007, Milestone Report

Complete the Conceptual Design of an Experimental Target Chamber Facility for NDCX-1A including Diagnostics need for First Target Measurement

M. LEITNER, F. BIENIOSEK, G. HANSEN, J.-Y. JUNG and P. NI


Sample Data with an older FDVI shared by a National Laboratory
Data from our first two channel and reference
All Fiber Doppler Velocity Interferometer (FDVI)


Experimental and theoretical/numerial investigations of thin films bonding strength

by A.G. Youtsos, M. Kiriakopoulos and Th. Timke,
European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Advanced Materials
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, Volume 31, Issue 1, February-March 1999, Pages 47-59

Beginning of Paper Abstract:
" A laser spallation facility has been developed to measure the strength of planar interfaces between a substrate and a thin coating. This quantity is a central requirement in contemporary thin film and protective coatings technology and its successful measurement should improve the scientific/technological potential for the design of advanced composites, protective coatings of composites that operate in hostile environments, and in joining of dissimilar materials...


Subnanosecond velocimetry with a new kind of VISAR

by Ken E. Froeschner; J. S. Froeschner; A. G. Youtsos; T. Timke; M. Kiriakopoulos
SPIE proceedings vol 2869
22nd International Congress on High-Speed Photography and Photonics,
Dennis L. Paisley; Alan M. Frank, Editors, pp.1058-1064
Date: 28 May 1997

Beginning of Paper Abstract:
"A fresh approach to the principles of the delay leg interferometer which was ultimately developed by Barker, Hemsing and others as the `VISAR' (Velocity Interferometer System for Any Reflector) has resulted in an implementation which is simple, reliable, cost effective and capable of velocity measurements with sub-nanosecond time resolution. Results from laser induced shock exfoliation experiments which measure the adhesion strength of thin films on ceramic substrates are reported..."

our SPIE paper on our first all solid state System
with Tassos et al of European Community Joint Research Centre, Netherlands

 

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