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High Intensity LASER Rays System


P.R.Yagnik , SAL Institute of Technology and Engineering Research, Ahmedabad, India; A.M.Patel, Sal Institute Of Technology & Engineering Research; A.R.Sevak, Sal Institute Of Technology & Engineering Research; Y.R.Kotadia, Sal Institute Of Technology & Engineering Research; A.H.Patel, Sal Institute Of Technology & Engineering Research


Lase rays, wavelength


The paper is based the working principle of corona generator, utilisation of the positive charge on top of the tomb of the corona generator, it also include the information about basic atomic structure. The reflection of potons inform of laser light through the thick coated mirror .The LASER is a coherent and focused beam of photons, coherent mean it all have same wave length , the acronym LASER stands for “ Light Amplication by Simulated Emission of Radition” .The LASER is a power of source light which having extraordinary energy, the unique property of LASER their light waves is travel for long distance without any divergence.[1]The is paper prepared to fullfill the requirement of our defense forces for indigenous war fighting equipments. According to the paper the high intensity laser it refracted through the silca lens. At the end the paper is also proved by the electrical field theory equation and distance travel by LASER with help of observation table. The remarkable feature of laser is the concentration of its energy to extremely high intensities, the intensity remaining almost constant over long distances because of low divergence. If a laser beam with a power of a few megawatts (106 W) is focused by a lens at a spot with a diameter of 1/1000th of a centimeter, the beam intensity increases to a few hundred billion watts per sq. cm. This concentrated energy is so intense that it easily ionizes the atmospheric air to create sparks. With the beam focused from a high power laser, even the hardest material like "diamond can be melted in a fraction of a second.[1]

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Paper ID: ETCOP027
Published in: Conference 9 : ETCO 2017
Publication Date: 01/04/2017
Page(s): 135-138

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