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Nano technology in empowering military app ppt

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Nano technology in empowering military app ppt

  1. 1. IFET COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT: ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Nanotechnology In Empowering Military Applications PRESENTED BY: P.SELVAPRIYA R.SOUNDHARYA и 𝒀𝑬𝑨𝑹
  2. 2. ABSTRACT  Positional control is fundamental to most manufacturing processes as well as a wide range of other applications.  Many types of positional devices have been proposed and used, ranging from robotics arms to Stewart platforms.  This paper discusses about the usage of nanotechnology in military field and implementing the concepts of Nano robotics in the battle field  Nano technology is a rapidly growing era in this decade including how it could enhance national security, making the soldier more effective in the battle field.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  The term “nanotechnology” has evolved over the years via terminology drift to mean “anything smaller than micro technology”. It can be distinguished into i. New science and technology that takes the advantage of properties in Nano scale ii. Building with atomic precision through the use of molecular machine
  4. 4. NANO SCALE EXPANSION
  5. 5. POTENTIAL MILITARY APPLICATIONS  In battle management and strategy planning new levels of artificial intelligence would be used :“DARPA” aims to cognitive computer system that learn and decide autonomously in new situations  Nanofibre composites that allow stronger more heat resistant but much lighter materials for structures and engines  Surface covering displays may be used for user interface
  6. 6. SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY  It does not promote an increase in waste produces released into the environment  It does not physically degrade the environment  It meets human needs worldwide
  7. 7. IMPORTANT MILLITARY APPLICATIONS  Nano technology could be used to create new materials for use in a variety of combat environment. For examples: Individual molecules could be manipulated to change their orientation when exposed to magnetic field or electrical current from I. Brittle to bullet proof II. Porous to water repellent III. Insulating to conducting
  8. 8. The important military applications of nano technology that are discussed in this paper are : I. Nano – uniforms II. Nano – robotics III. Nano –helmets IV. Nano –bombs
  9. 9. A PERSON WEARING NANO UNIFORM
  10. 10. NANO UNIFORM  Imagine a futuristic battle field where the soldiers uniform are as light as paper that resist bullets, regulate their body temperature, enhance their strength and detect chemical and biological poisons  The uniform materials are made rigid to recycle water from a soldiers body to create intelligent fabric by weaving computer and communication technology into a uniform i. Instant armor ii. Nano sensing iii. Nano wires and Nano assembly iv. Carbon Nano fiber technology
  11. 11. NANO HELMET  The soldiers would be networked to tactical command through helmets to provide an “augmented reality” overlaid with information and instruction  It also indicates the current position of the soldiers o military head quarters NANO ALUMINIUM Aluminum alloys with high mg₂si-content(22-35 wt.-%) offer the possibility of significant decrease in density and increase in stiffness even at elevated temperatures at same time
  12. 12. NANO HELMETS
  13. 13. NANO BOMBS  Nano technology has a new class of weaponry that uses energy packed Nano metals to create powerful compact bombs  The field of Nano energies which enables building more lethal weapons such as “grenades” that have several times the detonation force of conventional bombs “daisy cutter”  The power of the weapons can be increased by adding material known as super thermites that combine Nano metals such as Nano aluminum with metal oxides  Super thermites can increase the reaction time by a thousand times
  14. 14. NANO ROBOTICS  The Nano robotics can overcome the difficulties faced by the human involved in military actions  The loss of lives of soldiers can be minimized by using nano robotics  The accuracy, efficiency and reliability is greatly high in nano robotics  A little bit of strengthening greatly reduced the risk of failure
  15. 15. NANO ROBOTICS
  16. 16. MORE MILITARY APPLICATIONS  Information dominance through advanced nano electronics  More sophisticated virtual reality systems  Increased use of enhanced automation and robotics  Required improvements in chemical/biological/nuclear sensing  Design improvements in systems used for nuclear non proliferation monitoring and management  Combined Nano chemical and micro mechanical devices for control of nuclear defense systems
  17. 17. FUTURE IMPLEMENTATION  Change colors on command to camouflage in changing environments even manipulate light to make soldiers invisible in the field  Change a shirtsleeve into a splint or a pant leg into a rigid cast in the field if a soldier is injured  Provide impact protection materials and systems including ballistic and shrapnel  Provide chemical and biological protection materials and systems  Weave radio communications materials directly into the uniforms fabric providing soldiers flexibility and lighter loads
  18. 18. CONCLUSION  Nano technology combines the requirements in increasing level of regulation and monitoring, not only within states but also in whole world  The threads posed by the powerful nanotechnology could work as a catalyst to strengthen the society at the international level, permitting reliance on the national armed forces and preparation for war is to be reduced step by step.
  19. 19. “WE ARE NOT TRYING TO MAKE WEAPONS ,BUT TRYING TO HELP SOLDIERS TO SURVIVE IN THE BATTLE FIELD”

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