Laser construction A laser consists of a gain mediuma mechanism to energize it, and something to provide optical feedback. Light of a specific wavelength that passes through the gain medium is amplified increases in power. For the gain medium to amplify light, it needs to be supplied with energy in a process called pumping. The energy is typically supplied as an electric current or as light at a different wavelength.
Spinal mount on an Azhanti High Lighting class frontier cruiser from RPG Traveller As a general rule, a space warship is basically a " weapons platform. Single weapons and multi-weapon turrets are mounted on " hardpoints " or "weapon stations. One only hangs a heavy picture frame on a nail in a wall stud, not just the wall board.
For the same reason only mount a heavy turret on a hardpoint, not on a flimsy stretch of hull. Some hulls are about as strong as the skin on a beer can. Turrets pivot to allow aiming the weapon s.
Homing missiles are often mounted in " vertical launch systems " or "missile cells", because they do not have to be aimed. Fire and forget, they'll automatically find the target. Naturally some people who are into hyper-optimization and min-maxing will quickly switch from mounting weapons on a ship to building the ship around a weapon.
A monstrously huge weapon, with a fixed forward facing. Of course you probably have to turn the entire spacecraft in order to aim the weapon, but the ship is going to smite the target with the most bang for your buck. It certainly will be the sort of ship that will blast the snot out of you if you are stupid enough to turn around and try running away.
The ship will also have a similar outline as the weapon, probably long and skinny. Popular spinal mount weapons are coil guns, rail guns, and particle beam weapons, since those weapons inflict more damage the longer the weapon is.
The weapon can be mounted on the ship's nose, along the ship's side "dorsally" or "ventrally", but RocketCat will rip your lips off if you use those termsor along the ship's spine. In extreme cases the weapon is the ship's spine, this is what the Traveller RPG calls a " spinal mount ".
A good example is the " Wave motion gun " that forms the spine of Space Battleship Yamato. And Matthew Marden pointed out to me that in the USS Vesuvius was virtually a spinal mount, with " dynamite guns " fixed in both traverse and elevation.
Isaac Kuo has some interesting observations on the placement of laser turrets: There's an interesting question of what the ideal number of turrets is. One thing that's counterintuitive is that the number of turrets has little effect on total firepower.
Your laser engine s can fire the beam down a central corridor, with mirrors to select a branch toward any of the laser turrets. No matter how many turrets you have, you can concentrate all laser firepower through one turret. Rick Robinson calls this a "Laserstar" I tend to favor two turrets on opposite sides.
Besides providing all around coverage and some redundancy, it also allows use of a "hunter-killer" tactic. While one turret fires the laser to kill a target, the other turret can be scanning to "hunt" for the next target. This allows a near instantaneous switch from one target to the next, minimizing down time for the laser engine.
More importantly, this has a big tactical effect on the enemy's options. Suppose each of your ships only had one laser turret, and the enemy knows this. Then the enemy knows it takes some time for you to switch from the current targets to new targets.Jan 08, · TVs Hisense launches high-tech TVs with quantum dots, lasers, Alexa.
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laser technology The word "laser" is an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation and refers to devices that generate or amplify light through that principle.
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Lasers are used whenever a directed, sometimes very intense, beam of monochromatic (single wavelength) light is required. Technical info. The information in this page is a collection of odds and ends, related to CO 2 lasers, that you may find useful.
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Lasers have fiber optic compatibility and can carry enormous signals or information's; thus revolutionizing the entire field of communication technology. IIT, Madras is studying the effect of turbulence on open-air laser communications and is making feasibility on under water communication and in infra-red laser beam link between two distant.