30 December 1998 Overview of the solid state laser projects for ICF applications at CAEP
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The ICF Programs in China have made significant progress in solid state laser technology development and advanced laser facility designing with multilabs' efforts in the past years. The eight-beam SG-II laser facility is expected to complete for a 4.8-kJ output at 1.05 micrometers and to operate for target experiments in a few months. A national project, SG-II laser facility, has been proposed to produce 60-kJ blue light for target physics experiments and is being conceptually designed. New laser technologies, including multipass amplification, large aperture plasma electrode switches, fast growth of KDP, laser glass with fewer platinum grains, long flash lamps and precision manufacturing of large optical components are being developed to meet the requirements of the SG-III Project. In addition, numerical simulations are being conducted for the optical design of the new facility. The Technical Integration Line of 4 by 2 segmented array as a prototype module of SG-II with a chamber for laser beams measurements will be first built in the next few years.
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Hansheng Peng, Xiao Min Zhang, XiaoFeng Wei, Wanguo Zheng, Feng Jing, Zhan Sui, Xiaodong Yuan, "Overview of the solid state laser projects for ICF applications at CAEP", Proc. SPIE 3683, Laser Optics '98: Superstrong Laser Fields and Applications, (30 December 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.334806; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.334806


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