Dr. Glen P Perram
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Dr. Perram has served on the AFIT faculty since June 1989, and is currently Professor of Physics. Dr. Perram was the founding Director for the Center for Directed Energy (Jan 2000 - Sep 2005), Acting Associate Dean for Research, Graduate School of Engineering and Management (Jul 1998 – Sep 1999), and  Deputy Head, Departmemt of Engineering Physics (Oct 1992 - Aug 1996). Prior to joing the AFIT faculty, Dr. Perram was Chief, Visible Chemical Laser Section, Advanced Radiation Technology Office, Air Force Weapons Laboratory (Sep 1985 - Jun 1989). He was elected as President, Faculty Council for the AFIT Graduate School of Engineering and Management for two terms (1996 – 1997 and 2011 - 2012). He was selected as a Fellow of the Directed Energy Professional Society in 2007 and the Air Force Outstanding Senior Civilian Scientist in 2013.

Professor Perram is an experimentalist in the area of atomic, molecular, and optical physics. His research applications include high power gas lasers, laser material interactions, remote sensing and laser weapon systems. Research includes fundamental studies in spectroscopy and chemical kinetics, demonstration and characterization of new laser devices, the development of optical instruments and diagnostic techniques including hyperspectral imaging, and field observations of battlespace combustion events.

Professor Perram has taught 96 offerings of 24 different graduate physics, chemistry, optics and engineering courses, advised 36 PhD dissertations (4 in-progress), 50 MS theses and 23 undergraduate interns, and advised 4 postdoctoral researchers and 2 Research Faculty appointments.  Dr Perrm has authored 97 journal articles, 110 conference proceedings, 153 conference presentations, 8 technical reports, 4 book chapters and one textbook.  He has been the Principal Investigator for 45 research grants with more than $24 M in AFIT funding.

Dr Perram is a Registered Professional Engineer,Ohio Registration Number: E-60534 from 1995 - present.

 

Education

Ph.D., Physics, Air Force Institute of Technology, 1986

M.S., Applied Physics, Air Force Institute of Technology, 1981

B.S., Applied Physics, Cornell University, 1980

Awards

Honors and Awards:

Air Force  Outstanding Senior Civilian Scientist                            

Air Force Science and Engineering, Exploratory Team Award       

Fellow, Directed Energy Professional Society                              

USAF Modeling and Simulation Award for Planning                     

Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, 1st oak leaf                          

Bernard A. Schriever Award, Advancing Aerospace Power            

Gage H. Crocker Award, Institute Outstanding Professor              

Air Force Meritorious Service Medal                                           

Charles A. Stone Award, Outstanding Academic Leadership         

Publications

Journal Articles (* indicates student authors)

98. William Bauer and Glen P. Perram, “Laser ablated Ti velocity distribution dynamics,” submitted to J Optical Society of America B, May 2018.

 97. odd A. Van Woerkom, Glen P. Perram, Brian D. Dolasinski, Patrick A. Berry, and Charles D. Phelps, “Visible aluminum monoxide emission during long pulse mid-infrared ablation of aluminum in air,submitted to J optical Society of America B, May 2018.

96. Athanasios Gavrielides, L.A. (Vern) Schlie, Robert D. Loper, Michael R. Hawks, and Glen P. Perram, Analytic treatment of beam quality and power efficiency in high power transverse flow Diode Pumped Alkali Lasersubmitted to J Optical Society of America B, May 2018.

 95. *Nicholas C. Herr, *Ashley E. Gonzales, Glen P. Perram, “Kinetics, evolving thermal properties, and surface ignition of carbon fiber reinforced epoxy composite during laser-induced decomposition” Polymer Degradation and Stability, 152, 147-161 Apr 2018.

94. *Ashley E. Gonzales, *Nicholas C. Herr, and Glen P. Perram, Experimental Study of Laser Irradiated Graphite Oxidation using IFTS,Combustion and Flame, 192, 180-189, Mar 2018.

 93. *Wooddy S. Miller, Christopher A. Rice, and Glen P. Perram, Temperature dependence of the helium-induced broadening and shift of the Rb D1 and D2 lines,J Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 206, 151-156, 2018.

92. *Daniel J. Emmons, David E. Weeks, *Ben Eshel, and Glen P. Perram, Metastable Ar(1s5) density dependence on pressure and argon-helium composition in a high-pressure radio frequency dielectric barrier discharge, Journal of Applied Physics 123, 043304 Feb 2018.

 91. *Ben Eshel and Glen P. Perram, A five-level Ar-He laser model for characterization of a diode-pumped rare gas laser, J Optical Society of America B 35, 164-173, Jan 2018.

90. *Ben Eshel, *Steven Owens, Christopher A. Rice, and Glen P. Perram, “Saturation spectroscopy of an optically opaque argon plasma,” Applied Physics B, 124:33, 2018.

 89. *William Bauer, Glen P. Perram, Timothy Haugan, “Comparison of plume dynamics for laser ablated metals: Al and Ti,” Journal of Applied Physics, 123, 095304, March 2018.

 88. *Ricardo C. Davila, *Ben Eshel, Glen P. Perram, “Spin-orbit relaxation of cesium 82D in mixtures of helium and argon” Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 50 225204, Oct 2017.

87. *Ben Eshel, *Joseph A. Cardosa, David E. Weeks and Glen P. Perram, “Role of adiabaticity in controlling alkali-metal fine-structure mixing induced by rare gases,” Physical Review A 95, 042708, April 2017.

86. *William Bauer, *Charlie Fox, Ryan Gosse, Glen Perram, “Visible emission from C2 and CN during cw laser irradiated graphite,” Optical Engineering, 56, 011017, Jan 2017.

 *Daniel Baseley, *Luke Wunderlich, Grady Phillips, Kevin Gross, Glen Perram, Stuart Willison, Matthew Magnuson, Rebecca Phillips, Sang Don Lee, and Willie Harper, “Hyperspectral analysis for standoff detection of dimethyl methylphosphonate on building material,” Building and Environment, 108, 135-142, Aug 2016.

85. Grady T. Phillips, *William A. Bauer, *Charles D. Fox, *Ashley E. Gonzales, *Nicholas C. Herr, Ryan C. Gosse, and Glen P. Perram, “Mass removal by oxidation and sublimation of porous graphite during fiber laser irradiation,” Optical Engineering, 56, 011013, Jan 2017.

 84. *Wooddy S, Miller, Christopher A. Rice, Gordon D. Hager, Mathew D. Rotondaro, Hamid Berriche, and Glen P. Perram, “High Pressure Line Shapes of the Rb D1 and D2 lines for 4He and 3He collisions,” Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 184, 118-134, Nov 2016.

 83. *Paul J. Moran, *Ryan M. Richards, Christopher A. Rice, and Glen P. Perram, “Midinfrared Rubidium 6 2P 3/2,1/2 → 6 2S1/2 Laser,” Optics Communications, 374, 51-57, Aug 2016.

 82. *Ben Eshel, Christopher A. Rice, and Glen P. Perram, “Pressure broadening and shift rates for Ar (s-p) transitions observed in an Ar-He discharge,” Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 179, 40-50 Aug 2016.

 81. *Ricardo C. Davila and Glen P. Perram, “Spin-orbit relaxation of Cesium 7 2D in mixtures of helium and argon,” Physical Review A, 93, 033418, Mar 2016.

 80. *Robert I. Acosta, Kevin C. Gross, and Glen P. Perram, “Combustion kinetics of laser-irradiated porous graphite from imaging Fourier transform spectroscopy,” Combustion and Flame, 163, 90-99, Jan 2016.

79. Edward J. Hurd, Jeremy C. Holtgrave, and Glen P. Perram, “Intensity scaling of an optically pumped potassium laser” Optics Communications, 357, 63-33, Dec 2015.

78. Robert I. Acosta, Kevin C. Gross, and Glen P. Perram, “Combustion kinetics of laser irradiate porous graphite from imaging Fourier transform spectroscopy”, accepted for Combustion and Flame, 2015.

77. Robert I. Acosta, Kevin C. Gross, and Glen P. Perram, “Thermal degradation of poly(methyl methacrylate) with a 1.064 mm Nd:YAG laser in buoyant flow” Polymer Degradation and Stability, 121, 78-89, Nov 2015.

76. Sean M. Baumann, *Benjamin E. Hurst, Michael A. Marciniak, and Glen P. Perram,   “Fiber laser heating and penetration of aluminum in shear flow” Optical Engineering 53(12), 122510, Dec 2014.

75. Gordon D. Hager, *Gordon E. Lott, Aaron J. Archibald, *L. Blank, David E. Weeks, and Glen P. Perram, ”High pressure line shapes for Cs D1 and D2 lines and empirically informed interaction potentials” Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 147, 261-273, Nov 2014.

74. Roberto I. Acosta, Kevin C. Gross, Glen P. Perram, Shane M. Johnson, Ly Dao, David F. Medina, Robert Roybal, and Paul Black, “Gas Phase Plume from Laser Irradiated Fiberglass Reinforced Polymers via Imaging Fourier-Transform Spectroscopy” Applied Spectroscopy, 68, 723-732, July 2014.

73. Kirk C. Brown, Edward J. Hurd, Jeremy C. Holtgrave, and Glen P. Perram, “Stimulated Electronic Raman and Hyper-Raman Scattering in Potassium Vapor” Optics Communications 309, 21–25, Nov 2013.

72. J. Motos Gordon, Kevin C. Gross, Glen P. Perram, “Temperature dynamics of aluminized cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX) fireballs for event classification”, Optical Engineering 53(2), 021106, Feb 2014.

71. J. D. Hewitt, T. J. Houlahan, Jr., *J. E. Gallagher, D. L. Carroll, A. D. Palla ,J. T. Verdeyen, G. P. Perram, and J. G. Eden, “Role of Excited State Photoionization in the 852.1 nm Cs Laser Pumped by Cs-Ar Photoassociation” accepted for Journal of Applied Physics, Mar 2013.

70. Kirk C. Brown and Glen P. Perram “Demonstration of a 459-nm pulsed, optically-pumped cesium vapor laser” accepted for Optics Communications, Mar 2013.

69. Gordon D. Hager and Glen P. Perram, “A three level model for alkali metal vapor lasers: Part II. Broadband optical pumping” accepted for Applied Physics B, Jan 2013

68. Christopher A. Rice, Gordon Lott and Glen P. Perram, “Open-path atmospheric transmission for the diode pumped cesium laser” Applied Optics 51(34), 8102–8110 Feb 2013.

67. Michael R. Hawks, R. Anthony Vincent, Jacob Martin, and Glen P. Perram, "Short-range demonstrations of monocular passive ranging using O2(X-b) absorption spectra" accepted for Applied Spectroscopy, Dec 2012.

66. Bryan J. Steward, Kenneth B. Bauer, and Glen P. Perram “Remote discrimination of large caliber gun firing signatures” Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 6(1), 063607 Dec 2012.

65. Randall L. Bostick and Glen P. Perram "Hyperspectral image reconstruction of an array of extended targets using chromotomosynthesis," Optical Engineering, 51(10), 103205, Oct 2012.

64. Randall L. Bostick and Glen P. Perram “Classification of visible point sources using hyperspectral chromotomosynthetic imagery” Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 6(1), 063584-1, Oct 2012.

63. Christopher A. Rice, Kevin C. Gross, and Glen P. Perram, “Investigation of atmospheric O2X– busing open-path tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy” accepted for Applied Physics B, Feb 2012.

62. J. Motos Gordon, Kevin C. Gross, Glen P. Perram, “Fireball and shock wave dynamics in the detonation of aluminized novel munitions” Combustion, Explosion, and Shock Waves, Feb 2012. accepted for

61. William J. Palm, Michael A. Marciniak, Glen P. Perram, Kevin C. Gross, and William F. Bailey, “Wavelength- and temperature-dependence of CW laser absorptance in Kapton® thin films” Optical Engineering, 51(12), 121802, Dec 2012.

60. Randall L. Bostick and Glen P. Perram“ Instrumental error in chromotomosynthetic hyperspectral imaging” Applied Optics 51, 5186-5200, July 2012.

59. Monte D. Anderson and Glen P. Perram, “Optical delay with spectral hole burning in Doppler-broadened cesium vapor” 285, 3264-3268, Optics Communications, July 2012.

58. Bryan J. Steward, Kevin C. Gross, and Glen P. Perram, “Modeling midwave infrared muzzle flash spectra from unsuppressed and flash-suppressed large caliber munitions”, Infrared Physics and Technology, 55 246–255, July 2012.

57. Randall L. Bostick and Glen P. Perram, “Spatial and spectral performance of a chromotomosynthetic hyperspectral imaging system” Review of Scientific Instruments, 83 033110, Mar 2012.

56. Kirk C. Brown and Glen P. Perram,“Spin-orbit relaxation and quenching of cesium 7 2P in mixtures of helium, methane, and ethane”Physical Review A 85, 022713, Feb 2012.

55. Bryan J. Steward, Glen P. Perram, and Kevin C. Gross “Visible and near-infrared spectra of the secondary combustion of a 152 mm howitzer” Applied Spectroscopy 65, 1363-1371, Dec 2011.

54. Bryan J. Steward, Kevin C. Gross, Glen P. Perram, “Optical characterization of large caliber muzzle blast waves” Propellant, Explosives and Pyrotechnics 36, 564-575, Dec 2011.

53.Greg A. Pitz, Charles D. Fox and Glen P. Perram, “Collisional energy transfer between the cesium 6 2P1/2,3/2levels by H2, HD, D2, CH4, C2H6, CF4, and C2F6” Physical Review A 84, 032708, Sep 2011.

52. Douglas E. Thornton, Grady T. Phillips and Glen P. Perram, "Velocity hanging collisions i the laser saturation spectra of 87Rb D2 F"=2", Optics Comm 284, 2890-2894, June 2011.

51. Wooddy S. Miller, Clifford V. Sulham, Jemery C. Holtgrave and Glen P. Perram, "Limitations of an optically pumped rubidium laser imposed by atom recycle rate", Appl Phys B 1-3, 819-824, June 2011.

50. Kevin C. Gross, Kenneth C Bradley and Glen P. Perram, "Remote indentification and quantification of industrial smokestack effluents via imaging Fourier-transform spectroscopy", Environmental Sci Tech, 44, 9390-9397, Oct 2010.

49. Clifford V. Sulham, Glen P. Perram, Michael P. Wilkinson, and David A. Hostutler, "A pulsed, optically pumped rubidium laser at high pump intensity", Optics Comm 283, 4328-4332, 1 Nov 2010.

48. Greg A. Pitz, Charles D. Fox, and Glen P. Perram, "Pressure broadening and shift of the cesium D2 transition by the noble gases and N2, H2, HD, D2, CH4, C2H6 and 3He with comparison to the D1 transition", Phys Rev A 82 042502, Oct 2010.

47. Gordon D. Hager and Glen P. Perram, "A three level analytic model for alkali vapor lasers: Part I. Narrow band optical pumping", Appl Phys B, 101, 45-56, Oct 2010.

46. Clifford V. Sulham, Greg A. Pitz, and Glen P. Perram, "Blue alkali lasers pumped by two photon absorption", Appl Phys B 101,57-63 Oct 2010.

45. Monte D. Anderson and Glen P. Perram, "Frequency tuning of the optical delay in cesium D2 line including hyperfine structure," Phys Rev A 81, 033842 (2010).

44. Greg A. Pitz, Douglas E. Wertepny, and Glen P. Perram, "Pressure broadening and shift of the cesium D1 transition by the noble gases and N2, H2, HD, D2, CH4, C2H6, CF4 and 3He," Physical Review A, 80, 062718, September 2009.

43. Grady T. Phillips and Glen P. Perram, "Crossed-beam inter-modulated fluorescence spectroscopy as a spatially-resolved temperature diagnostic for supersonic nozzles," Applied Optics, 48 4917-4921, September 2009.

42. Kenneth C. Bradley, Kevin C. Gross, Michael A. Marciniak, and Glen P. Perram, "Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometry (IFTS) of Combustion Events with the Telops FIRST-MW," IEEE Sensors, 10 779-785, April 2010.

41. Randall L. Bostick and Glen P. Perram, “Hyperspectral Imaging using Chromotomography: A Fieldable Visible Instrument for Transient Events, International Journal of High Speed Electronics and Systems (IJHSES) 18, 519-529 (2008).

40.Grady T. Phillips and Glen P. Perram, “Pressure broadening by argon in the hyperfine resolved P(10) and P(70)(17,1) transitions of I2 X-B using sub-Doppler laser saturation spectroscopy,” J Quant Spectrosc and Radiative Transfer 109, 1875–1885 (2008).

39. Joeseph L. Cox, Dean T. Cherer, and Glen P. Perram, “Electronic Quenching of Bi2 A(0u+), v'= 18-23 by Rare Gases and Nitrogen,” Chemical Physics 343 31–34 (2008).

38. L.E. Gravley, S.T. Fiorino, R.J. Bartell, G.P. Perram, *M.J. Krizo, and *K.B. Le, “Comparison of Climatological Optical Turbulence Profiles to Standard, Statistical and Numerical Models using HELEEOS,” Journal of Directed Energy 2 347-362 (2007).

37. Kevin C. Gross and Glen P. Perram, “The Phenomenology Of High Explosive Fireballs from Fielded Spectroscopic And Imaging Sensors for Event Classification,"International Journal of High Speed Electronics and Systems 18,19-29 (March 2008).

36. Charles Phelps, Carl J. Druffner, Glen P. Perram, and Rand R. Biggers, “Shock Front Dynamics in the Pulsed Laser Deposition of YBa2Cu3O7-x J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 40, 4447–4453 (2007).

35. Michael W. Dolezal and Glen P. Perram, “Predissociation of Bi2 A(0u+), v’=21-39,” Journal of Chemical Physics 126, 084310 (2007).

34. S.T. Fiorino, R.J. Bartell, G.P. Perram, *D.W. Bunch, *L.E. Gravely, *C.A. Rice, *Z.P. Manning, and *M.J. Krizo, “The HELEEOS Atmospheric Effects Package: A Probabilistic Method for Evaluating Uncertainty in Low-Altitude High Energy Laser Effectiveness,” Journal of Directed Energy, 1, 347 (2006).

33. Carl J. Druffner, Glen P. Perram, and Rand R. Biggers, “Time-of-flight emission profiles of the entire plume using fast imaging during pulsed laser deposition of YBa2Cu3O7-x Review of Scientific Instruments 76; also appears in Virtual Journal of Applications of Superconductivity, 9, 5 (2005), 093101 (2005)

32. Carl J. Druffner, Patrick D. Kee, Matthew A. Lange, Glen P. Perram, Rand R. Biggers, and Paul N. Barnes, “Optical Diagnostics for Pulsed Laser Ablation,” Journal of Directed Energy 1, 203 (2005).

31. Matthew Lange, Greg Pitz, Brian Smith, and Glen P. Perram, “Electric Discharge Pumped Oxygen –Iodine Laser Kinetics,” Journal of Directed Energy 1 219 (2005).

30. Robert S. Pope, Paul J. Wolf, and Glen P. Perram, “A Study of Collision Broadening in the O2 A-Band with the Noble Gases Using Fourier Transform Spectroscopy,” Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, 223, 205 (2004).

29. Jay A. Orson, William F. Bagby, and Glen P. Perram, “Infrared Signatures from Bomb Detonations,” Infrared Physics and Technology, 44, 101-107 (2003).

28. Paul N. Barnes, P. Terry Murray, Tim Haugan, *Richard Rogow, and Glen P. Perram, “In-situ Creation of YBCO Nanoparticles by Pulsed Laser Deposition,” Physica C, 377, 578-584 (2002).

27. R.E. Franklin and G.P. Perram, “Collisional Dynamics of Bi2 A(0u+). II. State-to-state Rotational Energy Transfer,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 116, 4896 (2002).

26. Robert S. Pope, Paul J. Wolf, and Glen P. Perram, "Collisional Broadening of Rotational Transitions in the O2 A-Band by Molecular Perturbers," Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 64, 363 (2000).

25. Robert E. Franklin and Glen P. Perram, “Collisional Dynamics of Bi2 A(0u+). I. Quantum-Resolved Vibrational Energy Transfer for v’=0-4,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 111, 5757 (1999).

24. Mary P. Stager and G.P. Perram, “Long-Term Desorption of Trichloroethylene from Powdered Soils using Multiplexed Optical Detection,” Environmental Pollution, 104, 397 (1999).

23. *Robert E. Franklin and Glen P. Perram, “Laser Excitation Spectra and Franck-Condon Factors for Bi2 X1Sg+-A(0u+),” Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, 194, 1 (1999).

22. M.D. Rotondaro and G.P. Perram, “Collision Induced Transitions Between the Zeeman Split (J,M) Levels of Rb (5 2P1/2, 5 2P3/2)," Physical Review A, 58, 2023 (1998).

21. M.D. Rotondaro and G.P. Perram, “Role of Energy Defect in Collisional Transfer Between the 5 2P1/2,3/2 Levels in Rubidium,” Physical Review A, 57, 4045 (1998).

20. Ray O. Johnson, S.J. Karis, G.P. Perram, and W.B. Roh, “Characterization of a Br(2P1/2) - CO2 (10o1-10o0) Transfer Laser Driven by Photolysis of Iodine Monobromide,” Applied Physics B, 66, 411 (1998).

19. Robert E. Franklin, Courtney D. Holmberg, James R. Reynolds, and Glen P. Perram, “Spectroscopic Study of the Br2 X1Sg+ - B3P(0u+) System Using Fourier Transform Absorption and Laser Induced Fluorescence Techniques,” Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, 184, 273 (1997).

18. *Matthew D. Rotondaro and Glen P. Perram, “Collisional Broadening and Shift of the Rubidium D1 and D2 lines (52S1/2- 52P1/2, 52P3/2) by Rare Gases, H2, D2, N2, CH4 and CF4," Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 57, 497 (1997).

17. *Ray O. Johnson, Glen P. Perram, and Won B. Roh, “Dynamics of a Br(42P1/2-42P3/2) Pulsed Laser and a Br(2P1/2)-NO(v=2®v=1) Transfer Laser Driven by Photolysis of Iodine Monobromide,” Appl Phys B, 65, 5 (1997).

16. Ray O. Johnson, Glen P. Perram, and Won B. Roh, “Spin-Orbit Relaxation Kinetics of Br(4 2P1/2),” J Chem Phys, 104, 7052 (1996).

15. Glen P. Perram, “Approximate Analytic Solution for the Dissociation of Molecular Iodine in the Presence of Singlet Oxygen,” International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 27, 817 (1995).

14. Michael R. Hawks, Ray O. Johnson, and Glen P. Perram, “Infrared Fluorescence Study of Electronic-to-Vibrational Energy Transfer in the Br(2P1/2) - NO System,” Chemical Physics, 195, 395 (1995).

13. *A. Fares, *B.T. Kindt, *P. LaPuma, and G.P. Perram, “Desorption Kinetics of Trichloroethylene from Powdered Soils,” Environmental Science and Technology, 29, 1564, (1995).

12. Courtney D. Holmberg, Gregory S. Williams, and Glen P. Perram, “Quantum-Resolved Vibrational Energy Transfer in 79Br2 B3P(0u+), v£ 3,” J Chem Phys, 102, 6481 (1995).

11. Glen P. Perram, *Dean A. Massman, and Steven J. Davis, "Quantum Resolved Rotational Energy Transfer in the B 3P(0u+) State of Br2," Journal of Chemical Physics, 99, 6634 (1993).

10. G.P. Perram and S.J. Davis, "Collisional Dynamics of the BrCl B 3P(0+) State. II. Vibrational and Rotational Energy Transfer," Journal of Chemical Physics, 98, 373 (1993).

9. Glen P. Perram, David W. Melton, Tim L. Thompson, and Won B. Roh, "Collisional Dynamics of the BrF B3P(0+) State. II. Vibrational Energy Transfer," Journal of Chemical Physics, 97, 3258 (1992).

8. G.P. Perram, D.A. Determan, J.A. Dorian, B.F. Lowe, and T.L. Thompson, "Radial Diffusion Between Coaxial Cylinders and Surface Deactivation of O2(b1Sg)," Chemical Physics, 162, 427 (1992).

7. D.W. Melton, G.P. Perram, and W.B. Roh, "Collisional Dynamics of the BrFB 3P(0u+)State. I. Electronic Quenching," Journal of Chemical Physics, 96, 6666 (1992).

6. D.W. Melton, B.F. Lowe, G.P. Perram, and W.B. Roh, "Singlet Molecular Oxygen Excitation of BrF B 3P(0u+)," Journal of Chemical Physics, 95, 4933 (1991).

5. G.P. Perram and S.J. Davis, "Collisional Dynamics of the BrCl B3P(0u+)State I. Electronic Quenching," Journal of Chemical Physics, 93, 1720 (1990).

4. B.D. McFeeters, G.P. Perram, R.P. Crannage, and E.A. Dorko, "Long Wavelength Vibronic Band Analysis of the B 3P(0u+)- X 1Sg+ Transitions of 79Br35Cl and 81Br35Cl," Chemical Physics, 139, 347 (1989).

3. C.A. Helms, L Hanko, G.D. Hager, and G.P. Perram, "Generation of High Number Densities of Iodine Monofluoride in a Supersonic Flow", Journal of Applied Physics, 66, 6093 (1989).

2. G.P. Perram and S.J. Davis, "Spectroscopic and Kinetic Studies of a Dye Laser Pumped Br2 B3P(0u+)- X 1Sg+ Laser," Journal of Chemical Physics, 84, 2526 (1986).

1. G.P. Perram and E.A. Dorko, "Mathematical Model of Beam Intensity at the Detector Plane in a Molecular-Beam Apparatus," Review of Scientific Instruments, 54, 275 (1983).

 

Technical Reports:

  1. G.P. Perram "Bibliography of Short Wavelength Chemical Laser Research," Air Force Institute of Technology Technical Report, AFIT-EN-TR-93-03, May 1993.
  2.  P. Keating, L. Hanko, C.A. Helms, and G.P. Perram, "Absolute Detection of O2(a1Δ) Concentrations," Weapons Laboratory Technical Report, WL-TR-90-85, March 1992.
  3. C.A. Helms, L. Hanko, K.P. Healey, G.D. Hager, and G.P. Perram, "Generation of Iodine Monofluoride in a Supersonic Multi-purpose Flow Tube Facility," Air Force Weapons Laboratory Technical Report, AFWL-TR-89-26, 1989.
  4.  B.D. McFeeters, G.P. Perram, R.P. Crannage, E.A. Dorko, "Vibronic Band Analysis of BrCl(B-X)," in Laser Digest - Winter 1988, WL-TR-89-46, Jan 1990.
  5. L.R. Martin and G.P. Perram, "The Proceedings from the 1989 Air Force Weapons Laboratory Conference on Basic Hydrogen Peroxide Chemistry for Chemical Oxygen-Iodine Lasers," Aerospace Corporation Technical Report, 20 March 1989.
  6. G.P. Perram and G.D. Hager, "The Standard Chemical Oxygen-Iodine Laser Kinetics Package", Air Force Weapons Laboratory Technical Report, AFWL-TR-88-50, 1988.

 

Books and Book Chapters:

  1. Glen P. Perram, “Chemical Lasers”, p 275-285 in Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Vol 3, John G. Webster, editor (John Wiley and Sons, Inc, New York, 1999)
  2.  Glen P. Perram , “Chemical Lasers”, p283-295 in Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, 3rd edition, Vol 8, Robert E. Meyers, editor (Academic Press, 2001).
  3.  Kevin C. Gross and Glen P. Perram, “The Phenomenology of High Explosive Fireballs
  4. from Fielded Spectroscopic and Imaging Sensors for Event Classification,” p 277-287 in Spectral Sensing Research for Water Monitoring Applications and Frontier Science and Technology for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Defense, Dwight Woolard and Janet Jensen, editors (World Scientific, Singapore, 2008).
  5.  Glen P. Perram, Salvatore J. Cusumano, Robert L. Hengehold, and Steven J. Fiorino, Laser Weapons Systems, Directed Energy Professional Society, 2010.
  6.  Glen P. Perram and Grady T. Phillips, “Optical diagnostics for real-time monitoring and feedback control of metal additive manufacturing processes” in Additive Manufacturing Handbook: Product Development for the Defense Industry, A. Badiru,V.V. Valencia, and D. Liu, editors (CRC Press, 2017).

 

News Articles:

  1. Glen Perram, Clifford Sulham, and Greg Pitz, “Blue and IR alkali lasers pumped by multiphoton absorption” SPIE Newsroom, February 2010, 10.1117/2.1201002.002558.
  2.  Glen Perram and Charles Fox, “Temperature gradients in diode-pumped alkali lasers” SPIE Newsroom, February 2012, 10.1117/2.1201201.004013.
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