by Aerospace Technology Division, Library of Congress in [Washington] .
Written in English
|Series||ATD report, 69-95-14-1, ATD report ;, 69-95.|
|LC Classifications||Z663.23 .A2 no. 69-95|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v l., 68 p.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||72603785|
After an article covering the variety and basic principles of high-energy lasers, consideration is given to laser-fusion and laser-plasma interactions, high-power, short-pulse CO2 laser systems for inertial-confinement fusion with attention to electron beam-controlled laser amplifiers and amplifier molecular kinetics, the principles and performance of the iodine laser, the application of high. The Tunable Lasers and Applications Conference was held in Loen, Norway, on June , This conference dealt with the technology of tunable lasers from the vacuum ultraviolet to the far infrared and their application in the areas of photochemistry, chemical kinetics, isotope separation, at. This chapter reviews the updated status and applications of a defensive weapon based on high power lasers, in the battlefield. The laser weapon is a novel concept which utilizes a high power laser beam to traverse the distance to an incoming object at the speed of light, and then destroy or disable it. The Tunable Lasers and Applications Conference was held in Loen, Norway, on June , This conference dealt with the technology of tunable lasers from the vacuum ultraviolet to the far infrared and their application in the areas of photochemistry, chemical kinetics, isotope separation, at mospheric photochemistry and environmental studies, photobiology, and spec troscopy.
After the first demonstration of laser in , new applications of lasers in the various field are announced almost every day. Laser finds applications In the fields of communication, Industry, medicine, military operations, scientific research, etc. Besides, laser has already brought great benefits in surgery, photography, holography, engineering. Application areas covered in detail in this book include quantum information processing, high performance lasers and light sources, and bioimaging. It provides scientists, engineers and physicists with a valuable and practical resource for the design and development of diamond-based optical devices. In the recent decades the laser source matured to a universal tool common to scientiﬁc research technicalgoalisthegenerationofopticalpowertowardsshorter wavelengths, shorter pulses and higher power for application in science and industry. Laser systems in the W range are used primarily for pumping, plastic welding and soldering applications. Lasers above W are used in brazing, thin metal welding, and sheet metal cutting applications. The required brightness (as measured in by the beam parameter product) is higher for cutting applications than for brazing and thin metal welding. High power applications, such as .
The development status of laser light sources useful in the initiation and study of photophysical and photochemical processes, including both UV and IR devices providing high photon fluxes and a degree of wavelength tunability, is reported, with attention to design principles and the experimental apparatus used in laboratory testing. The applications to which these lasers may be put includes Author: K. L. Kompa. The book also has a section on Soviet army equipment such as tanks and field guns, warships, submarines, and hand held guns such as the Dragunov sniper's rifle. There is a glossary of Soviet military terms and acronyms, and a final section on the names of satellites launched every year by the Soviet Cited by: 1. The field of high-power laser-plasma interaction has grown in the last few decades, with applications ranging from laser-driven fusion and laser acceleration of charged particles to laser ablation of materials. are discussed in detail, along with their applications in the field of medicine. An analytical framework is developed for laser Cited by: 1. scientific applications. Recently, significant progress has beenmade in coherent beam combining lasers, with a total output power of kW already achieved. Scaling analysis indicates that further increase of output power with excellent beam quality is feasible by using existing state-of-the-art lasers.