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Improving laser-driven flyer performance

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Laser-driven flyers are punched from a few microns of metal deposited onto a fused quartz window using a focussed Nd:YAG laser pulse. By improving the quality of the laser pulse and the design of the laser flyer, the velocity achieved by the flyer is increased for a given pulse energy.

This talk is part of the Physics and Chemistry of Solids Group series.

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