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Anatoli A Abramov, Weiwei Luo: Method for cutting a brittle material. Corning Incorporated, Kevin M Able, May 8, 2012: US08171753 (11 worldwide citation)

A method of scoring and/or separating a brittle material is described comprising heating a surface of the brittle material along a predetermined path with a laser, then quenching the heated surface with a stream of cooling liquid, such as water, formed by a nozzle. The portion of the cooling stream ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Arturo Hale, Ashish Madhukar Vengsarkar: Recoatable temperature-insensitive long-period gratings. Lucent Technologies, January 4, 2000: US06011886 (10 worldwide citation)

Applicants have determined that the temperature sensitivity of long period grating devices is substantially affected by the provision of a polymeric coating over the conventional glass cladding and, in particular, that by providing a polymer overcoating with an appropriately selected index of refrac ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Benjamin John Eggleton, Rolando Patricio Espindola, Arturo Hale: Optical fiber grating devices with enhanced sensitivity cladding for reconfigurability. Lucent Technologies, Mathews Collins Shepherd & Gould P A, August 1, 2000: US06097862 (9 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the invention, a reconfigurable optical fiber grating comprises an optical fiber grating with a temperature sensitive material surrounding the cladding region or incorporated into the cladding region. One or more heating elements are arranged to produce a a temperature gradient al ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Yawei Sun, Wei Xu, Naiyue Zhou: Laser scoring of glass sheets at high speeds and with low residual stress. Corning Incorporated, Thomas R Beall, September 6, 2011: US08011207 (7 worldwide citation)

Experimental data is presented which shows that laser scoring of glass sheets (112) with existing techniques produces unacceptable levels of residual stress in the separated sheets as the scoring speed is increased. Methods for solving this problem are disclosed which employ elongated and, preferabl ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Arturo Hale, Joel Leslie Mock, Thomas A Strasser, Ashish Madhukar Vengsarkar: Method and apparatus for monitoring multi-wavelength optical systems. Lucent Technologies, John M Harman, June 20, 2000: US06078709 (4 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention include an optical fiber system and method for separating the different wavelengths of transmitted light transmitted therethrough and for monitoring the respective optical power in the separated spectral components. More specifically, embodiments of the invention scan or ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Jae H Yu, Naiyue Zhou: Method for low energy separation of a glass ribbon. Corning Incorporated, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 25, 2014: US08677783 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of separating a glass sheet from a moving glass ribbon, wherein the glass ribbon comprises thickened bead portions. The method comprises weakening the bead portions of the ribbon using laser-initiated ablation at the bead portions to overcome the potential for uncontrolled crac ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Jae H Yu, Naiyue Zhou: Method for low energy separation of a glass ribbon. Corning Incorporated, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 17, 2015: US08978417

Disclosed is a method of separating a glass sheet from a moving glass ribbon, wherein the glass ribbon comprises thickened bead portions. The method comprises weakening the bead portions of the ribbon using laser-initiated ablation at the bead portions to overcome the potential for uncontrolled crac ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Weiwei Luo: Method for cutting a brittle material. May 19, 2011: US20110113830-A1

A method of scoring and/or separating a brittle material is described comprising heating a surface of the brittle material along a predetermined path with a laser, then quenching the heated surface with a stream of cooling liquid, such as water, formed by a nozzle. The portion of the cooling stream ...


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Anatoli A Abramov, Yawei Sun, Wei Xu, Naiyue Zhou: Laser scoring of glass sheets at high speeds and with low residual stress. Corning Incorporated, May 21, 2009: US20090126403-A1

Experimental data is presented which shows that laser scoring of glass sheets (112) with existing techniques produces unacceptable levels of residual stress in the separated sheets as the scoring speed is increased. Methods for solving this problem are disclosed which employ elongated and, preferabl ...