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Elasticity::Solutions::HalfSpaceMirror Class Reference

The solution for a half-space mirror deformed by a laser beam. More...

#include <HalfSpaceMirror.hpp>


struct  AbsoluteTolerance
struct  BeamWidth
struct  IntegrationIntervals
struct  Material
struct  RelativeTolerance

Public Types

using constitutive_relation_type = Elasticity::ConstitutiveRelations::IsotropicHomogeneous< 3 >
using options = tmpl::list< BeamWidth, Material, IntegrationIntervals, AbsoluteTolerance, RelativeTolerance >

Public Member Functions

 HalfSpaceMirror (const HalfSpaceMirror &)=default
HalfSpaceMirroroperator= (const HalfSpaceMirror &)=default
 HalfSpaceMirror (HalfSpaceMirror &&)=default
HalfSpaceMirroroperator= (HalfSpaceMirror &&)=default
std::unique_ptr< elliptic::analytic_data::AnalyticSolutionget_clone () const override
 HalfSpaceMirror (double beam_width, constitutive_relation_type constitutive_relation, size_t integration_intervals=350, double absolute_tolerance=1e-12, double relative_tolerance=1e-10)
double beam_width () const
size_t integration_intervals () const
double absolute_tolerance () const
double relative_tolerance () const
const constitutive_relation_typeconstitutive_relation () const
template<typename DataType , typename... RequestedTags>
tuples::TaggedTuple< RequestedTags... > variables (const tnsr::I< DataType, 3 > &x, tmpl::list< RequestedTags... >) const
void pup (PUP::er &p) override
virtual std::unique_ptr< AnalyticSolutionget_clone () const =0

Static Public Attributes

static constexpr Options::String help

Detailed Description

The solution for a half-space mirror deformed by a laser beam.


This solution is mapping (via the fluctuation dissipation theorem) thermal noise to an elasticity problem where a normally incident and axisymmetric laser beam with a Gaussian beam profile acts on the face of a semi-infinite mirror. Here we assume the face to be at \(z = 0\) and the material to extend to \(+\infty\) in the z-direction as well as for the mirror diameter to be comparatively large to the beam width. The mirror material is characterized by an isotropic homogeneous constitutive relation \(Y^{ijkl}\) (see Elasticity::ConstitutiveRelations::IsotropicHomogeneous). In this scenario, the auxiliary elastic problem has an applied pressure distribution equal to the laser beam intensity profile \(p(r)\) (see Eq. (11.94) and Eq. (11.95) in [175] with F = 1 and the time dependency dropped)

\begin{align} T^{zr} &= T^{rz} = 0 \\ T^{zz} &= p(r) = \frac{e^{-\frac{r^2}{r_0^2}}}{\pi r_0^2}\text{.} \end{align}

in the form of a Neumann boundary condition to the face of the mirror. We find that this stress in cylinder coordinates is produced by the displacement field

\begin{align} \xi_{r} &= \frac{1}{2 \mu} \int_0^{\infty} dk J_1(kr)e^{(-kz)}\left(1 - \frac{\lambda + 2\mu}{\lambda + \mu} + kz \right) \tilde{p}(k) \\ \xi_{\phi} &= 0 \\ \xi_{z} &= \frac{1}{2 \mu} \int_0^{\infty} dk J_0(kr)e^{(-kz)}\left(1 + \frac{\mu}{\lambda + \mu} + kz \right) \tilde{p}(k) \end{align}

and the strain

\begin{align} \Theta &= \frac{1}{2 \mu} \int_0^{\infty} dk J_0(kr) k e^{(-kz)}\left(\frac{-2\mu}{\lambda + \mu}\right) \tilde{p}(k) \\ S_{rr} &= \Theta - S_{\phi\phi} - S_{zz} \\ S_{\phi\phi} &= \frac{\xi_{r}}{r} \\ S_{(rz)} &= -\frac{1}{2 \mu} \int_0^{\infty} dk J_1(kr) k e^{(-kz)}\left(kz \right) \tilde{p}(k) \\ S_{zz} &= \frac{1}{2 \mu} \int_0^{\infty} dk J_0(kr) k e^{(-kz)}\left(-\frac{\mu}{\lambda + \mu} - kz \right) \tilde{p}(k) \end{align}

(see Eqs. (11 a) - (11 c) and (13 a) - (13 e), with (13 c) swapped in favor of (12 c) in [121]), where \(\tilde{p}(k)= \frac{1}{2\pi} e^{-(\frac{kr_0}{2})^2}\) is the Hankel-Transform of the lasers intensity profile and \( \Theta = \mathrm{Tr}(S)\) the materials expansion.

Member Function Documentation

◆ get_clone()

std::unique_ptr< elliptic::analytic_data::AnalyticSolution > Elasticity::Solutions::HalfSpaceMirror::get_clone ( ) const

Member Data Documentation

◆ help

constexpr Options::String Elasticity::Solutions::HalfSpaceMirror::help
Initial value:
"A semi-infinite mirror on which a laser introduces stress perpendicular "
"to the mirrors surface."}

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: