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These graphs call for a few comments: The curves contain all the features of anomalous dispersion in the neighborhood of a resonance. The in-phase component E3 is a signature of resonant absorption, while the out-of phase term E4 is related to an anomalous dispersion effect. It is well known that anomalous dispersion represents dissipation of energy from the electromagnetic wave into the medium. With this in mind, it is expected that the emergence of an out-of phase component in the integro-differential equations (1) will be accompanied by a dissipation effect resulting in a decrease of laser output intensity.
1). The much simpler set of equations will allow for the obtaining of much simpler closed form relations for the transient and long term-frequencies. In addition, the calculations in field-amplitude evaluations will be performed up to the fifth order. Returning back to the case studied in this paper, it is well known that amplitude fieldswitching does not always characterize the solutions of Eqs. (1). The analytical solutions in this case can be obtained by leaving the constraint of zero mean-value.
Continued on next page. 42 Belkacem Meziane Figure 25. 3, b)-d) time evolution of pulsing oscillations around zero-mean values, obtained with increasing excitation levels, e) faster pure sinusoidal oscillations, obtained just before instability switch off at r/rth=48. For r/rth>48, the solution is a stable straight line. 20 , following the steady-state relation (Eq. 4). A few steps of the solution evolution from instability threshold to instability switch-off are represented in Fig. 25. 3 to r ≅ 48 !
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