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Type: Journal article
Title: Gingin high optical power test facility
Author: Zhao, C.
Blair, D.
Barriga, P.
Degallaix, J.
Dumas, J.
Fan, Y.
Gras, S.
Ju, L.
Lee, B.
Schediwy, S.
Yan, Z.
McClelland, D.
Scott, S.
Gray, M.
Searle, A.
Gossler, S.
Slagmolen, B.
Dickson, J.
McKenzie, K.
Mow-Lowry, C.
et al.
Citation: Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Print Edition), 2006; 32(1):368-373
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing
Issue Date: 2006
ISSN: 1742-6588
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C. Zhao, D.G. Blair, P. Barriga, J. Degallaix, J-C Dumas, Y. Fan, S. Gras, L. Ju, B. Lee, S. Schediwy, Z. Yan, D.E. McClelland, S.M. Scott, M.B. Gray, A.C. Searle, S. Gossler, B.J.J. Slagmolen, J. Dickson, K. McKenzie, C. Mow-Lowry, A. Moylan, D. Rabeling, J. Cumpston, K. Wette, J. Munch, P.J. Veitch, D. Mudge, A. Brooks, and D. Hosken
Abstract: The Australian Consortium for Gravitational Wave Astronomy (ACIGA) in collaboration with LIGO is developing a high optical power research facility at the AIGO site, Gingin, Western Australia. Research at the facility will provide solutions to the problems that advanced gravitational wave detectors will encounter with extremely high optical power. The problems include thermal lensing and parametric instabilities. This article will present the status of the facility and the plan for the future experiments.
Description: Copyright © Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing Limited 2006.
RMID: 0020062550
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/32/1/056
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