Two-Level Method for Assessing The Operational Reliability of a Laser Impact Active-Protection Modular Cabin (APMC)
The results of a comprehensive assessment of the operational reliability of a laser impact active-protection modular cabin (APMC) are presented. A two-level computational and experimental technique has been developed and practically implemented, which includes, at the first level, the determination of the «actuation» time of the laser radiation emergency shutdown system (LRESS) under the conditions of APMC with a continuous fiber laser generator operating with a maximum power of 6 kW. At the second level, the stress and structural state of the metal of the panels was assessed, as well as the bearing capacity of the APMC elements after repeated laser impact. The reliability and advantages of APMC in terms of equipping with LRESS protection means, excluding the possibility of laser radiation leaving the cabin, are shown.
Tags: laser technological equipment; active-protection modular cabins reflected and scattered radiation of laser impact; magnetometric
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