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I have a problem in solving laser rate equation, I need help

  1. Mar 29, 2015 #1
    Hi every one.
    I want to solve the Yb:YAG laser rate equations. I have three differential equation:

    http://8pic.ir/images/61nyu3ya2dw5i0xc9iis_thumb.jpg

    and the boundary conditions are:

    http://8pic.ir/images/wa8ss3kjesg0vllnv7ju_thumb.jpg

    the schematically figure of Yb:YAG crystal is:

    http://8pic.ir/images/8igigmgmhr3lvqnj2edr_thumb.jpg

    But in the above equations, I am confident the N1 and N0 parameters are changing but I can't recognize how they changed?is there an equation?
     
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  3. Apr 3, 2015 #2
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