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Nuevo Laser desarrollado - 4 petawatts equivale el rayo a 1,000 veces el consumo de electricidad mundial

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Nuevo Laser desarrollado - 4 petawatts equivale el rayo a 1,000 veces el consumo de electricidad mundial

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 26/9/2015, 1:37 pm



Mientras que el sigilo de sus proyectos lo han encerrado de los medios, cuando
anuncian un desarrollo nuevo, sin duda, ya han realizado pruebas y ejercicios
abundantes para evitar adelantarse a su publicacion.
Este diseño (LFEX) LASER FOR FAST IGNITION EXPERIMENT, es capaz de
emitir energia equivalente a 1,000 veces el consumo de energia electrica mundial,
aunque su lanzamiento del rayo laser, lo ralicen en el mayor corto tiempo de
1 pico-segundo.
Las instalaciones que se muestran en las imagenes anexas, proveen un
desarrollo insertando dispositivos mxtos para aumentar el efecto de su refraccion,
y generar mayor potencia en su salida.
Las aplicaciones precisas no se han revelado, sin duda tendra usos militares
de inicio, y posteriomente se extrapolara hacia sectores industriales de alto nivel.







Japan claims to have fired the most powerful laser ever created.




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The Death Star weapon is here! Japan fires world's most powerful laser to produce energy equal to 1,000 times the planet's power consumption
• LFEX device produced 2-petawatts (2 quadrillion-watts) of energy
• The energy used for the laser beam itself would only be powerful enough to run a microwave for around two seconds, the Osaka researchers claim
• The high output was produced by firing the beam for just 1 pico-second

By ELLIE ZOLFAGHARIFARD FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
PUBLISHED: 19:36 GMT, 29 July 2015 | UPDATED: 05:29 GMT, 30 July 2015



Researchers in Osaka were able to produce a 2-petawatt laser beam using a device known as the Laser for Fast Ignition Experiment (LFEX).
The power of the 'Death Star'-like beam is equivalent to 1,000 times the world's total electricity consumption, the scientists claim.


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The 328ft (100 metre)-long LFEX device has strategically-placed glass panels that are used to amplify the laser beam. The team were able to produce such a high output by concentrating the power to 1 pico-second, or around a trillionth of a second
While it produced a huge amount of power, the energy required for the beam itself is equivalent to that needed to power a microwave for two seconds.
The team were able to produce such a high output from low energy by only firing the laser beam for 1 pico-second, or a trillionth of a second.

To amplify the beam's power, energy was applied to strategically-placed glass panels along the 328ft (100 metre)-long LFEX device.
These glass lamps were able focus the beam to boost its energy as it passed through.

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In the experiment, energy was applied to glass sections using devices similar to fluorescent lamps. These glass lamps were used to boost the energy of the beam as it passed through

HOW POWERFUL IS IT?
The device produced a 2-petawatt - or 2 quadrillion-watt - laser beam.
This is equivalent to 1,000 times the world's electricity consumption.
To put that in context, Rheinmetall Defense was recently able to shoot a drone down a mile away using a 50kW laser.
The 50kW laser was 10 billion times less powerful that the one used in Japan.
Up until today's announcement, the world has only ever within a 1-pettawatt laser created by the University of Texas, Austin.

'With heated competition in the world to improve the performance of lasers, our goal now is to increase our output to 10 petawatts,' said the institute's Junji Kawanaka, an associate professor of electrical engineering at the university
To put that into context, according to Popular Science, a 50,000 watt laser successfully took down a drone just a mile away.
That 50kW laser was 10 billion times less powerful that the one used in Japan.
Up until today's announcement, the world has only ever witnessed a 1-pettawatt laser created by the University of Texas, Austin.
Not only did the Japanese laser generate twice as much power, but the team says it also has 100 times as much energy as its Texas rival.
The laser, liked to the Death Star laser in Star Wars, is currently mainly of scientific interest rather than having any real-world purpose.
Details of the experiment have been published in the journal Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3179045/The-Death-Star-weapon-Japan-just-fired-world-s-powerful-laser.html
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Re: Nuevo Laser desarrollado - 4 petawatts equivale el rayo a 1,000 veces el consumo de electricidad mundial

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 17/10/2015, 3:04 pm



Todos los proyectos en desarrollo e investigacion, presentan varios frentes (extrapolacion
de tecnologias en diferentes aplicaciones), haciendo antesalas, prototipos y diversas
alternativas, para optimizar los avances y utilizarlos con diseños multiusos.

Con conocimiento previo, se anexa una aplicacion en desarrollo, que tendra sus variantes
de uso en Tierra, Aire y Mar, buscando tener la configuracion adecuada para cada
proposito especifico.


APLICACION TIERRA-AIRE (en pruebas para adecuarlo a multiroles)


sube fotos


APLICACION EN DETECCION, CLASIFICACION Y NEUTRALIZACION DE OBJETIVOS:


sube fotos

Otros proyectos de investigacion siguen en desarrollo, sin limitar sus avances en este
rol.
Los demas proyectos en investigacion NO PUBLICADOS, estan avanzando sin
proveer informacion preliminar, envitando que comprometa sus adelantos.

FUENTE: ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS RESEARCH -JAPON

http://www.mod.go.jp/trdi/en/research/kenkyu_denshi_en.html

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