Accession Number : ADA299126
Title : Theoretical Studies on Short-Pulse Ocular Damage.
Descriptive Note : Interim rept. Mar-Aug 94,
Corporate Author : ANALYTIC SCIENCES CORP SAN ANTONIO TX
Personal Author(s) : Wang, Lihong
PDF Url : ADA299126
Report Date : AUG 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 28
Abstract : A theoretical analysis has been performed for the phase transitions from liquid to gas on the boundary of a spherical particle, submerged in a fluid such as water or ocular media, that is heated by absorption of sub-nanosecond laser pulses. This analysis was based on the conservation of mass and it utilized the general heat conduction equation for the principle of conservation of energy and the basic hydrodynamic equation for the incompressible fluid for the expression of conservation of momentum.
Descriptors : *WOUNDS AND INJURIES, *EYE, *SHORT PULSES, *EXPLOSION BUBBLES, INPUT, PRODUCTION, DAMAGE, PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS, WATER, ENERGY, MOTION, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, BUBBLES, PRESSURE, MEDIA, FLUIDS, EQUATIONS, UNDERWATER EXPLOSIONS, ENERGY CONSERVATION, RADIUS(MEASURE), MOMENTUM, INCOMPRESSIBILITY.
Subject Categories : Anatomy and Physiology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE