RP Fiber Power – Simulation and Design Software
for Fiber Optics, Amplifiers and Fiber Lasers
Here, you find a number of video demos, various detailed demonstration case studies and various nice graphics made with the software.
|Video Demos||Case Studies||Nice Graphics|
Please note that unfortunately the videos are somewhat outdated – we work so hard on improving the software that little time remains to keep the videos up to date!
First, there is an introductory video, giving an overview on all features within about 15 minutes. Simply click on the image:
Most of the following videos have been made with the earlier version RP Fiber Power V4; video 7 demonstrates numerical simulations of beam propagation the new V5.
The first video shows you how easily the software can be used. A model for an ytterbium-doped fiber laser is obtained by only filling out some form fields. Note, however, that the new custom forms of V6 are not yet shown.
The second video demonstrates what great flexibility is obtained from the integrated script language. With a few lines of script code, put into some form fields, a user-defined diagram is generated which shows the output power of a fiber laser as a function of the pump wavelength, with the fiber length being numerically optimized for each wavelength:
The third video shows how to quickly calculate fiber modes and display their properties:
The fourth video shows some work with a fiber amplifier model. You will see that one quickly learns a lot on the involved physics and the resulting performance limitations:
The fifth video demonstrates dynamic amplifier simulations, i.e., with time-dependent input powers:
The sixth video demonstrates ultrashort pulse simulations in a fiber amplifier and in a mode-locked fiber laser.
The seventh video demonstrates the numerical simulation of beam propagation in a double-clad fiber.
These videos can also be found on YouTube.