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Modeling the Physical Phenomena Involved by Laser Beam – Substance Interaction

By Marian Pearsica, Stefan Nedelcu, Cristian-George Constantinescu, Constantin Strimbu, Marius Benta and Catalin Mihai

Submitted: November 14th 2010Reviewed: April 14th 2011Published: September 26th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/21489

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Marian Pearsica, Stefan Nedelcu, Cristian-George Constantinescu, Constantin Strimbu, Marius Benta and Catalin Mihai (September 26th 2011). Modeling the Physical Phenomena Involved by Laser Beam – Substance Interaction, Two Phase Flow, Phase Change and Numerical Modeling, Amimul Ahsan, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/21489. Available from:

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