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A SEMINAR PRESENTATION           ON    ELECTRONICS BOMB       Presented By:       Gopal Dhaker      8th Sem, 4th year
INTRODUCTION- E-Bombs are weapons of electrical mass destruction…- Can damage wide range of electrical & electronics equip...
History   First observed during the early testing of high    altitude airburst nuclear weapons.   Then FCG is built and ...
BASIC PRINCIPLE   Work on principle of EMP method   EMP stands for: Electromagnetic Pulses.   They very strong pulses....
Concept of EMP   It is an electromagnetic pulse.   Produces a powerful electromagnetic fields    (i.e. in kilovolts).  ...
Technology based for E-bomb   It is based on Explosively Pumped Flux    Compression Generator.
Introduction to Flux Compression Generator   It is a type of generator for producing EMP.   It is the most mature techno...
Working of FCG   Producing a pulse of electric current of order of ten of kilo    Amperes to Mega Amperes.   It has cyli...
Figure explanation
E-bomb warhead
Targeting E-Bomb   The task of identifying targets for attack with E-    Bomb is complex.   Targets which can be readily...
Lethal footprint of a E-Bomb
GPS guided bomb
Advantages of E-bomb   Permanent damages the electrical appliances    such as computers and micro processor devices.   E...
Limitation   It must be noted that thermionic technology    i.e. vacuumed tube equipment is substantially    more resilie...
References AAP1000 - RAAF, DI(AF) AAP1000, The Air Power Manual, Second Edition, RAAF APSC, Canberra, 1994 AAP1003 - RAA...
THANK    YOU
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  1. 1. A SEMINAR PRESENTATION ON ELECTRONICS BOMB Presented By: Gopal Dhaker 8th Sem, 4th year
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION- E-Bombs are weapons of electrical mass destruction…- Can damage wide range of electrical & electronics equipments i.e.computers, radios, radar, wires or PCBs etc.-they use of non-nuclear confrontation.- using principle of EMP effect.- It has combination of both electric and magnetic fields.- emp device can render the electronics equipments
  3. 3. History First observed during the early testing of high altitude airburst nuclear weapons. Then FCG is built and tested in US, and then in USSR And more recently in CIS.
  4. 4. BASIC PRINCIPLE Work on principle of EMP method EMP stands for: Electromagnetic Pulses. They very strong pulses. They has short lived transient voltages of thousands of volts. its effects on the circuitry of other semiconductor electronics equipments (i.e. MOS). Due to over power the device damages. All types of receivers and communication equipments are highly vulnerable.
  5. 5. Concept of EMP It is an electromagnetic pulse. Produces a powerful electromagnetic fields (i.e. in kilovolts). Due to powerful fields it cause wide damage of electronics appliances. The EMP is in effect an electromagnetic shock wave.
  6. 6. Technology based for E-bomb It is based on Explosively Pumped Flux Compression Generator.
  7. 7. Introduction to Flux Compression Generator It is a type of generator for producing EMP. It is the most mature technology applicable to bomb. FCG is a device capable of producing electrical energies of about tens of Mega joules in ten to hundreds of microseconds. It has peak power kevels of the order of Terawatts to tens of Terawatts.
  8. 8. Working of FCG Producing a pulse of electric current of order of ten of kilo Amperes to Mega Amperes. It has cylindrical copper tubes of armature. This tube is filled with a fast high energy explosive. Armature is surrounded by a helical coil of heavy wire. Which forms the FCG stator. The start current is supplied by an external current source. Such as a high voltage capacitor bank. So by this a intense magnetic field is produced during this operation. So in this method using a fast explosive into the magnetic field.
  9. 9. Figure explanation
  10. 10. E-bomb warhead
  11. 11. Targeting E-Bomb The task of identifying targets for attack with E- Bomb is complex. Targets which can be readily identified through conventional photographic, satellite, image radar and human operation. These targets are typically geographically fixed and thus may de attacked providing that aircraft can penetrate to weapon release range. For accuracy GPS/initially guided weapons can be used.
  12. 12. Lethal footprint of a E-Bomb
  13. 13. GPS guided bomb
  14. 14. Advantages of E-bomb Permanent damages the electrical appliances such as computers and micro processor devices. Easy to diffuse or to destroy the missiles. Destroys the communication system. It can even stop working of generator or cars. Easy to handle and target.
  15. 15. Limitation It must be noted that thermionic technology i.e. vacuumed tube equipment is substantially more resilient to the electromagnetic weapons. So no damages to the thermionic technology devices.
  16. 16. References AAP1000 - RAAF, DI(AF) AAP1000, The Air Power Manual, Second Edition, RAAF APSC, Canberra, 1994 AAP1003 - RAAF, DI(AF) AAP1003, Ch.8 The Law of Aerial Targeting, Operations Law for RAAF Commanders, First Edition, RAAF APSC, Canberra, 1994 AFM1-1 - Basic Aerospace Doctrine of the United States Air Force, Air Force Manual 1-1, Volume 1, March 1992. CAIRD85 - Caird R.S. et al, Tests of an Explosive Driven Coaxial Generator, Digest of Technical Papers, 5th IEEE Pulsed Power Conference, pp.220, IEEE, New York, 1985. FLANAGAN81 - Flanagan J., High-Performance MHD Solid Gas Generator, Naval Research Lab, Patent Application 4269637, May 1981. FOWLER60 - C. M. Fowler, W. B. Garn, and R. S. Caird, Production of Very High Magnetic Fields by Implosion, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 31, No. 3, 588-594, March, 1960. FOWLER89 - C. M. Fowler,R. S. Caird, The Mark IX Generator, Digest of Technical Papers, Seventh IEEE Pulsed Power Conference, 475, IEEE, New York, 1989.
  17. 17. THANK YOU
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