An Efficient Algorithm for Steady State Analysis of Fibre Lasers Operating under Cascade Pumping Scheme

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We derive an efficient algorithm for the steady state analysis of fibre lasers operating under cascade pumping scheme by combining the shooting method with the Newton-Raphson method. We compare the proposed algorithm with the two standard algorithms that have been used so far in the available literature: the relaxation method and the coupled solution method. The results obtained show that the proposed shooting method based algorithm achieves much faster convergence rate at the expense of a moderate increase in the calculation time. It is found that a further improvement in the computational efficiency can be achieved by using few iterations of the relaxation method to calculate the initial guess for the proposed shooting method based algorithm

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