IN HIROSHIMA    -    DIED BECAUSE OF   THE ATOM BOMB ATTACK BY AMERICA            9 th AUGUST IN NAGASAKI             DI...
 DOES WAR MEANS ONLY          KILLING PEOPLE…?
A Technical Paper Presentation             On         E-BOMBS                            by                            ABH...
 An e-bomb is a weapon designed to take advantage of cutting of  power in an area, destroying of machines that use electr...
 Explosively Pumped Fluxed Compression Generators.
 Coupling Modes: Front door coupling occurs typically when power from an  electromagnetic weapon is coupled into an ante...
 Buildings housing government offices and thus computer equipment, production facilities, military bases and known radar ...
 Electromagnetic warheads may be fitted to range of delivery vehicles.
 An e-bomb could effectively neutralize: Vehicle control systems Targeting systems, on the ground, on missiles and bomb...
 A weapon optimized to destroy solid state computers and  receivers may cause little or no damage to a thermionic  techno...
 E-bombs are weapons of electrical mass destruction  with applications across a broad spectrum of  targets, spanning both...
 1.    AAP1000-RAAF, DI(AF)AAP1000, The Air Power Manuel, SECOND EDITION,  RAAF     APSC, CANBERRA, 1994 2.    CAIRD85-C...
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  1. 1. IN HIROSHIMA - DIED BECAUSE OF THE ATOM BOMB ATTACK BY AMERICA 9 th AUGUST IN NAGASAKI DIED FOR THE 2 ND ATTACK
  2. 2.  DOES WAR MEANS ONLY KILLING PEOPLE…?
  3. 3. A Technical Paper Presentation On E-BOMBS by ABHILASH K CH V NARAYANA
  4. 4.  An e-bomb is a weapon designed to take advantage of cutting of power in an area, destroying of machines that use electricity. Generators would be useless, cars wouldn’t run, and there would be no chance making a phone call. In a matter of seconds, a big enough e-bomb could thrust an entire city back 200 years or cripple a military unit. An e-bomb would destroy electronic equipments and also entire communication systems.
  5. 5.  Explosively Pumped Fluxed Compression Generators.
  6. 6.  Coupling Modes: Front door coupling occurs typically when power from an electromagnetic weapon is coupled into an antenna associated with radar or communications equipments. Back door coupling occurs when the electromagnetic field from a weapon produces large transient currents or electrical standing waves on fixed electrical wiring and cables interconnecting equipment, or providing connections to mains power or the telephone network.
  7. 7.  Buildings housing government offices and thus computer equipment, production facilities, military bases and known radar sites and communications nodes are all targets which can be readily identified through conventional photographic, satellite, imaging radar, electronic reconnaissance and humid operations.
  8. 8.  Electromagnetic warheads may be fitted to range of delivery vehicles.
  9. 9.  An e-bomb could effectively neutralize: Vehicle control systems Targeting systems, on the ground, on missiles and bombs Communication systems Navigation systems Long and short-range sensor systems
  10. 10.  A weapon optimized to destroy solid state computers and receivers may cause little or no damage to a thermionic technology devices. Radiating targets such as radars or communications equipments may continue to radiate after an attack even though their receiver and data processing systems have been damaged or destroyed. Means of delivery will limit the lethality of an e-bomb by introducing limits to the weapons size and the accuracy of its delivery. Patients who are on the ventilation in hospital may lose there life because of no electric power.
  11. 11.  E-bombs are weapons of electrical mass destruction with applications across a broad spectrum of targets, spanning both the strategic and tactical. E-bombs can paralyze electronic combat, offensive counter air and strategic air attack. The non-lethal nature of electromagnetic weapons makes their use far less politically damaging than that of conventional munitions, and therefore broadens the range of military options available. The danger for human life is very less compared to normal weapons.
  12. 12.  1. AAP1000-RAAF, DI(AF)AAP1000, The Air Power Manuel, SECOND EDITION, RAAF APSC, CANBERRA, 1994 2. CAIRD85-CAIRD R.S, TEST OF AN EXPLOSIVE DRIVEN COAXIAL GENERATOR 3. IEEE PULED POWER CONFERENCE, pp 483, IEEE ,NEW YORK,1989 4. OWLER60-‘HE MARK 4 GENERATOR , DIGEST OF TECHNICAL PAPERS,7’th IEEE PULSED POWER CONFERENCE 5. HOEBERLING92-‘ADVANCES IN VIRTUAL CATHOD MICROWAVE SOURCES, IEEE TRANSACTION ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMBATIBILITY 6. IEEE SPECTRUM JULY 2002 7. IEEE SPECTRUM MARCH 2003 8. IEEE SPECTRUM NOVEMBER 2002 9. IEEE SPECTRUM APRIL 2003 10. IEEE SPECTRUM NOVEMBER 2001 11. www.Entecollege.com
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