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Modelling heat transfer in laser-soft matter interaction via chaotic Ikeda map

  title={Modelling heat transfer in laser-soft matter interaction via chaotic Ikeda map},
  author={Morteza A. Sharif and M. Shahnazary and M. Pourezzat},
We develop a model for simulating the heat transfer phenomena within a biological soft material using the Ikeda chaotic map. Our approach is implemented by sampling the optical intensity via the Ikeda map to investigate the influence on the heat distribution over the tissue. Our method has many potential advantages including the possibility of investigating the nonlinear optical effects resulting from the intense beam-induced feedback mechanisms. This in turn, leads to the flexibility and… 


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