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Title: Light Pumped Pulsed Power Suply
Post by: tsl on August 20, 2018, 10:46:38 PM
Hello there,


After having a good talk with my daughter about railguns and pulsed power stuff i began thinking about pulsed power supplies.
Many of you are allready aware of explosively driven pulse power generators and the main disadvantage of them namely they are one shot devices.Also most of you know how a railgun work and if you look at it backwards it's also a generator : move the "bullet" across the armature in the presence of a magnetic field and you get a current flowing (no details here).
Anyway to make it short i'll attach a picture of my idea; look at it , have it, distribute it, use it or do what ever you wish with it, it's public domain now.
Have fun out there



Title: Re: Light Pumped Pulsed Power Suply
Post by: Adriennei on August 30, 2018, 06:34:34 AM
Do not know if this forum has a clear story about what is enough to explain it?
Title: Re: Light Pumped Pulsed Power Suply
Post by: tsl on September 08, 2018, 09:33:51 AM
Do not know if this forum has a clear story about what is enough to explain it?
Sorry for the delayed rsponse
You do know that in order to generate a current one have to move a wire across a magnetic field or have an relative motion between the wire (conductor) and the magnetic field.
Now who said that it must be a wire?
In my picture the red line is the "wire", it's an area of low resistance generated by the laser beam, moving the beam that area also moves so you have the wire moved across a magnetic field
Now it may be really energy consuming to move a real wire but how hard can it be to move a laser beam?
There is ofc more to the theory but i hope that you get the basic idea