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Electronic bomb

  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 EBomb 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