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Hydrodynamic Aspects of the Split-Foil Laser Target Design.

Author: Jill P Dahlburg; John H Gardner; Mark H Emery; Jay P Boris; NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 17 SEP 1986.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Hydrodynamic simulations of exploding copper foils, which are irradiated on one side by 1.06 micron laser light, indicated that peak axial electron number density is more easily controlled with split-foil target design. Results from a series of simulations with solid copper foils that range in width from 500A to 1500A show that while peak electron temperature and time of burnthrough can be varied, evolved electron  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jill P Dahlburg; John H Gardner; Mark H Emery; Jay P Boris; NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC.
OCLC Number: 227688683
Description: 24 p.

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Hydrodynamic simulations of exploding copper foils, which are irradiated on one side by 1.06 micron laser light, indicated that peak axial electron number density is more easily controlled with split-foil target design. Results from a series of simulations with solid copper foils that range in width from 500A to 1500A show that while peak electron temperature and time of burnthrough can be varied, evolved electron number densities are approximately bounded from above by 3 X 10 to the 20th power particles/cc. By increasing foil thickness to 1 micron and introducing aa slit on the foil axis of 100 micron width, uniform plasmas with electron number densities on the order of 6 X 10 to the 20th power particles/cc can be generated. Essentially the same results are obtained from simulations with split selenium foils. Keywords: X-ray lasers, Laser-matter interactions, Hydrodynamic simulation.

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