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X. YAN1,2,* , Y . LI1,2,* , Z. JUN1,2, G. GE1,2, C. SUN1,2, D. QUAN1,2, M. WANG1,2, X . ZHANG1,2, Q . CHEN1,2, Y. ZHANG1,2, M . ZONG1,2
- School of Opt Electronic Engineering, Zaozhuang University, Zaozhuang 277160, China
- Key Laboratory of Optoelectronic Information Processing and Display in Universities of Shandong Zaozhuang University, Zaozhuang 277160, China
We numerically simulate dynamic evolution of in phase and out of phase finite energy Airy pulses interacted with bright and dark solitons in the optical fiber as well as analyse the effects of separation parameter on evolution properties. Numerical results show that the effects of separation parameter on in phase and out of phase Airy pulses interacting with bright and dark soliton pulse are entirely different. For the cases of interacting with bright soltion pulse, the attraction of beams occurs in the in phase Airy pulse and the repulsion in the out of phase one. However, for the cases interacted with dark soliton pulses, in phase and out of phase Airy pulses undergo only repulsion progress. Depending on the peak intensity varying with th e propagation distance, the effect of separation parameter effect has a slightly different impact on the evolution of Airy pulses interaction with bright and dark soliton pulses..
soliton pulse; separation parameter; in phase and out of phase Airy pulse.
Submitted at: Dec. 10, 2018
Accepted at: Oct. 9, 2019
X. YAN, Y . LI, Z. JUN, G. GE, C. SUN, D. QUAN, M. WANG, X . ZHANG, Q . CHEN, Y. ZHANG, M . ZONG, In phase and out of phase interactions among Airy pulses, bright and dark solitons, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials Vol. 21, Iss. 9-10, pp. 563-569 (2019)
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