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Keywords: Wavelength Shifting WLSTIMECONSTANT
Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Date: 02 May, 2006
From: Gumplinger Peter <Gumplinger Peter>

Thanks Apostolos,

for your comment. You could call it a bug, though, the option of a time delay in WLS was programmed more like a place holder for something to come or for the user to change as appropriate.

I'll take advice as to the time evolution of photon emission after absorption in WLS fibers. I agree, an exponential is probably a better approximation than a delta function; or is it, or is it something else? The process may involve some complicated exitation transfers between absorption and emission sites of the material.

If I don't hear opposition, I'll change it for the next release to an exponential.

Peter

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