making electromagnetic weapons: lasers, part one
Carbon dioxide, diodes and flash lights.
Due to the simple and basic structure, these laser types are only a few of the many laser types (
According to your experience).
This paper introduces a very dangerous, powerful, invisible infrared laser-CO2 laser.
If you read my other articles about induction weapons (
See weapons of electro-magnetic pulses [
Part I, Part II and Part III]
And microwave weapons)
, You know now, directional energy is no longer something of science fiction, it\'s real
Life application of physics.
A simple representation of the working principle of the gas laser: The red line indicates the path of the light in the amplified medium.
Simply put, the light bounces back and forth to gain energy, and then leaves the medium through a partial reflector.
CO2 laser: Basic theory CO2 laser is a gas laser mainly composed of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, hydrogen and helium.
When a glass pipe is filled with these gases and charges are distributed through them, the energy is released in the form of infrared light.
According to the size and application of the laser, the charge released in the tube is high voltage, ranging from 10kV to megavolt.
In this case, it doesn\'t take much to make a deadly CO2 laser;
There are about 4 to 5 feet glass tubes and a nice power supply.
The CO2 laser tube looks like this: in the glass tube, the CO2/nitrogen/hydrogen/helium mixture passes through the tube from the gas input to the output.
A lot of electricity also flows from one end to the other, charging the nitrogen atom.
This in turn stimulates the atoms of carbon dioxide.
When nitrogen encounters \"colder\" Helium, photons are released.
These photons are included in the amplification medium (
, They start to bounce back and forth inside the tube, and then leave in the form of infrared light with higher energy.
Depending on the size of the laser, infrared light can easily pass through the paper, or even solid steel.
This is a photo of a CO2 laser burning a piece of paper: the CO2 laser constructs a simple CO2 laser consisting of a laser tube and an enlarged medium, one end is a full Mirror and the other side is a partially reflective mirror.
The power supply is usually high by a
Voltage transformers, control circuits and ballasts.
CO2 laser tube (
If not impossible.
Make at home using daily tools and parts.
However, these tubes are available online and very cheap (around $1,000).
Depending on the laser tube, the power supply itself can be made from neon Transformers or resurgent Transformers and many other Transformers.
Although the tube can run directly from the transformer, it is a good idea to correct the voltage with some diodes.
The necessity of ballasts depends on the length and structure of the laser tubes, which are not important for smaller tubes (
Depending on performance needs).
Neon sign transformer: regarding gas transfer and pump assembly, CO2 in dry ice can be used, nitrogen in filtered air and helium in balloons in laser tubes, but it is better to buy a pre-
CO2 laser mixing.
The vacuum pump can be used from the old refrigerator or the modified air compressor (
Most have threaded air outlets).
The bigger the better?
As far as CO2 lasers are concerned, this is the case in general.
The larger the laser, the more energy you get from the laser.
However, there are compromises on gas consumption and power supply issues.
The chance of weapons is the possibility of focusing multiple smaller laser tubes in one position (
Like a dead star, it\'s just not so dramatic and there\'s no sudden beam of light --angle change).
If you have ever melted or burned anything with a magnifying glass and the sun, you must know that even the smallest light energy can be focused in a stronger place.
So is the infrared energy-
Imagine the potential of 30 to 40 lasers to target one point. . .
Well, maybe not that dramatic.
But physical damage is still within the potential energy.