Optimization of silica glass capillary and rods drawing process.

Grzegorz Michał Wójcik

Abstract


Diameter fluctuations of silica glass rods and capillaries, during drawing process have been studied. We investigated an influence of drawing conditions on the quality of capillaries and rods. We fabricated two preforms made from different quality material. Fabricated preforms were used to draw microstructured fibers.

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