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PPT on Directed Energy Weapons

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  1. 1. DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS SUBMITTED BY VISHAL RAMBHAU BAIT
  2. 2. INDEX 1.INTRODUCTION 2.WHAT IS DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS? 3. TYPE OF DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS 3.1 ) MICROWAVES WEAPONS 3.2 ) LASER WEPONS 4. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HPM & LASER 5. EXAMPLE OF DEW WEAPONS 6. ADVANTAGE 7. DISADVANTAGE / LIMITATIONS 8. APPLICATIONS 9. REFERENCES 10. CONCLUSION
  3. 3. INTRODUCION  After dacade of research and development DEW become a operational reality such weapon generate stream of elecromagnetic energy that precisely aimed over long distance to disable or destroy target.  Directed energy weapon is the most powerful weapon In this century and it is the game changing technology in the war.  The electromagnetic spectrum is critical enabler for the militaries.  In future war will be won by whichever side best exploits the electromagnetic spectrum.
  4. 4. WHAT IS DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS? A Directed Energy Weapon emits highly focused energy, transferring that energy to a target to damage it. Directed Energy Weapon are Most Advance and Sophisticated technology with very distinct feature compared to current kinetic energy Weapons.
  5. 5.  HIGH POWER MICOWAVES  Ways to Achieve  Capacitor Based Charging Process  Inductor Charging  Flux Compress Generator  1) PULSE POWER SOURCE Consist of Power Supply should Deliver short and intense electrical pulses of 1 MVolt or more. It should have Pulse Duration 1 Micro Second .
  6. 6. Fig. 2. Marx Generator MG-30- 3C-100nF Fig. 1. Marx Bank Power Supply Arrangement
  7. 7. HPM SOURCE  IMPULSIVE SOURCE Example :- 1) Ultra Wide Band Source LINEAR BEAM SOURCE Example:- 1) Klystron 2) TWT 3) Backward Wave Oscillator 4) Virtual Cathode Oscillator  ANTENNA Virtual Cathode Oscillator Example:- 1) Horn 2) Parabolic 3) Hybrid
  8. 8. LASER WEAPONS  Lasers have at least three common components: • A lasing medium or an amplifying medium that increases the intensity of the light beam (gas, liquid, solid, semi-conductor) • A method of stimulation or pumping (pulse discharge, electricity, or chemical reaction) • A resonant cavity ( reflective mirrors)
  9. 9. EXAMPLE OF DEW HEL MD Active Deniel System BoeingYAL-1 PHAsR
  10. 10. E-BOMB Boeing's CHAMP Missile U.S.NAVY LAWS
  11. 11. Lasers Microwaves Difference Speed Speedoflight Speedoflight None Trajectory Line ofsight Line ofsight None Range HundredsofKilometers Hundredsofmeters HPMrange 10to100timesless Power Megawatts Gigawatts HPM100timesgreater Wavelength Short Long HPM10,000timeslonger Beam Narrow Broad HPMspreads10,000timesmore MilitaryUse Precision Large area Target Multiple People,electronics Lethality Variable High voltage,EMfield,heat  Difference Between LASER & HPM
  12. 12. ADVANTAGE OF DEW  Pinpoint accuracy  Low cost per use and main maintenance  Unlimited magazine capacity  Less lethal if tuned properly  Operate in all weather condition  Engage multiple target  Speed of light operation  They are silent  Difficult to track
  13. 13.  HPM weapons has short range compared to Laser  Laser can be Deflected, Reflected & Absorbed by physical chemical property of material.  Laser weapon require large construction. DISADVANTAGE
  14. 14. APPLICATIONS  Used as weapon for defense as well as offence  DEW Laser can destroy missiles (ballistic, cruise), ships, aircraft, drones if power is very high.  Low energy laser can destroy only light armored vehicles and drones  The laser can be mounted aircraft, ships or any ground vehicle such as tanks  HPM weapons temporarily disrupt electronic system or permanent damage to integrated circuit.
  15. 15. REFERENCES Electronics For you Magazines http:/Wikipedia.org www.rfwirelessworld.com
  16. 16. CONCLUSION  Directed Energy Provide quick employment deep clip capacity, scalability from lethal to non lethal simplified pointing and tracking all weather capability, multiple target engagement, and long distance projection.  They can also pass through walls without a trace.  They are Silent provide surgical accuracy with speed oh light.
  17. 17. Thank you…

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