By S.P. Melnikov, A.A. Sinyanskii, A.N. Sizov, George H. Miley
This booklet covers the historical past of lasers with nuclear pumping (Nuclear Pumped Lasers, NPLs). This booklet showcases crucial effects and phases of NPL improvement within the Russian Federal Nuclear middle (VNIIEF) in addition to different Russian and overseas laboratories, together with laboratories within the usa. the elemental technological know-how and know-how at the back of NPLs besides strength functions are coated during the book.
As the 1st entire dialogue of NPLs, scholars, researchers, and alertness engineers drawn to excessive strength lasers will locate this publication to be an exceptionally beneficial resource of data approximately those exact lasers.
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5–2 m from the floor of the casemate, the thick walls of which serve as biological shielding. The fluxes of neutrons and γ quanta are maximum at the center of the reactor core and decrease roughly by an order of magnitude at its outside surface. Among the drawbacks of using such reactors include the large spatial non-uniformity of the neutron flux, which limits the length of the laser cells to ~50 cm. The exception is the two-core BARS-6 reactor, which can be used to uniformly irradiate laser cells up to 150 cm in length.
Lasers with Nuclear Pumping by S.P. Melnikov, A.A. Sinyanskii, A.N. Sizov, George H. Miley