Rohstrahl

English translation: raw beam

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13:54 Feb 22, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Science
German term or phrase: Rohstrahl
This is a particular description of a laser beam: "...die Anpassung des Radienverlaufs des aufgeweiteten Rohstrahls..."
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English translation:raw beam
Explanation:
'raw beam'is a literal translation, but it's probably OK here. I would translate the phrase as 'the modification (or possibly correction or adjustment) of the radial profile of the expanded raw beam'. The beam is 'raw' before it has been adjusted.
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Ken Cox
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nadiverging physical beam
w.wagner
naraw beam
Ken Cox


  

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raw beam


Explanation:
'raw beam'is a literal translation, but it's probably OK here. I would translate the phrase as 'the modification (or possibly correction or adjustment) of the radial profile of the expanded raw beam'. The beam is 'raw' before it has been adjusted.

Ken Cox
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diverging physical beam


Explanation:
I would suggest something like: " ... the alignment of the emission (or radii) of the diverging physical beam ... ".


w.wagner
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