Abstract

For use in absorption measurements in low-attenuation glass fibers, we calculate the periodic temperature rise at the surface of a glass cylinder heated by a chopped laser beam. Specifically, we give the mean temperature, setting the operating temperature of the experiment, and the peak-to-peak temperature, determining the sensitivity of the measurements.

© 1976 Optical Society of America

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