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India's Top secret Weapons

Discussion in 'Indian Defence Industry' started by designer2cad, Jan 9, 2014.

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  1. designer2cad

    designer2cad Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    1. India's electron-accelerated pulse-power gigahertz microwave beam weapon : KALI
    Indian atomic scientists have developed the country's first 'star wars' weapon whose beams could cripple enemy missiles and aircraft.

    Bursts of microwaves for KALI packed with gigawatts of power could "soft kill" incoming enemy aircraft and missiles by crippling their electronics systems and computer chips.

    KALI = Kilo-Ampere Linear Injector
    Kali is also the name of on all powerful demon killing Hindu godess.

    According to scientists, ''soft killing" by high power microwaves has advantages over the so called laser weapon which destroys by drilling holes through metal.

    The Kali system was developed for industrial applications and that the defence use was a recent spinoff.

    Development of the Kali machine was mooted in 1985 by Dr Chidambaram, then director of BARC, but work earnestly began in 1989.

    The machine essentially generated pulses of highly energetic electrons. Other components in the machine down the line converted the electrons into flash X-rays (for ultra high-speed photography) or microwaves. The electron beam itself can be used for welding.

    The Defence Balistics Research Institute in Chandigarh is already using an X-ray version of Kali to study speed of projectiles.

    Another defense institute in Bangalore is using a microwave-producing version of Kali which the scientists use for testing the vulnerability of the electronic systems going into the LCA Tejas under development and designing electrostatic shields to protect them from microwave attack by the enemy.

    According to BARC scientists, the Kali machine has for the first time provided India a way to ''harden" the electronic systems used in satellites and missiles against the deadly electromagnetic impulses (EMI) generated by nuclear weapons.
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    2.'India developing E-bomb to paralyze networks'
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    HYDERABAD: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is developing an E-bomb which will emit electromagnetic shock waves that destroy electronic circuits and communication networks of enemy forces, its chief and scientific advisor to the defence minister Avinash Chander said.

    So next time there is a Kargil or a LoC violation, you may not hear gunshots or mortar shells, because the electromagnetic bomb will throw life out of gear"It will be a weapon that would explore the strong electromagnetic field generating a brief but intense or high power pulse of electromagnetic energy," Chander told TOI at the Missile Complex in Hyderabad. He said the spectrum of targets will be broad and in times to come, E-bombs would form the core of tactical warfare and electronic combat operations to damage the command, control and communications of enemy forces.

    The director general of DRDO said that the electromagnetic shock wave from the bomb will destroy electronic circuits and communication network "while paralyzing them in terms of radars, communication networking, information gathering sensors, controls and other electronic equipment." Work is in full swing at the Research Centre Imarat, the Hyderabad-based laboratory of DRDO, to build the new bomb which will be ready for operational deployment within a few years.

    Chander said the E-bomb would give an option to the military as the bomb can target the enemy's mobile targets, air defence systems, mobile or static radars, naval vessels with communication systems and even ill-shielded communication or electronic systems at a military base. The GPS-guided E-bombs would precede the conventional munitions for strategic air attacks and can cripple military units as weapons of electric destruction

    by releasing high voltage pulses. Other DRDO officials said the E-bomb warheads can be delivered by combat aircraft equipped to deliver guided munitions and cruise missiles
     
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  2. designer2cad

    designer2cad Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    3.Indegenous power manipulator and Wall climbing robot developed at IGCAR
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    Basic and applied research:

    The TACTIC array at Mt. Abu, being built by BARC, will soon be ready for use. The design and development of MACE, BEST, MYSTIQUE telescope facilities have progressed.

    Seismic monitoring and data processing facilities located at Mumbai, Gauribidanur and Delhi continued to function satisfactorily and upgradation of the facilities for improved sensitivity is progressing well.

    Work on setting up the national facility for Super-conductivity and Cryogenics at Trombay continued.

    Facilities were established for carrying out bench and pilot scale studies on beneficiation of strategic and industrial minerals, expertise and facilities for carrying out petromineralogical and liberation studies of ores and their chemical analysis.

    Methods were developed for the recovery of a rare element Protactinium from thorium concentrate and monazite. This element has an important role in thorium utilization.

    Stable and continuous operation of a Pilot Plant for the manufacture of Sulphur Hexa Fluoride (SF6) was achieved at BARC
    At IGCAR, the mechanical properties of indigenously developed modified 9Cr-1Mo forging were characterised to assess its suitability for PFBR applications.

    4.Laser Programme:

    CAT is involved in developing lasers for basic research, industrial and medical applications. The Centre has established a Prototype Unit for the manufacture and supply in limited numbers of lasers and high-tech equipment developed here.

    Subsystems of 20 kW carbon dioxide laser were fabricated and their integration commenced at CAT. Assembly of the Nd:YAG laser continued. The development of terra-watt laser progressed as per schedule and development of regeneration amplifier and pulse selector system is nearing completion.

    High quality large size crystals of KDP were grown by optimizing growth parameters.

    At BARC, developmental work on EB welder, EB Evaporator, Plasma melter, Plasma RF reactor, Plasma microwave system, Laser RF CO2, Laser scan probe, Tunable femto- second dye Laser reached various stages of progress.
     
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    designer2cad Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    5.Thorium Fuel Cycle

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    Mining and processing of thorium and rare earths containing ores, found on the coastal areas of Kerala and Orissa, is done by the Indian Rare Earths Ltd. (IREL). IREL achieved an all time high production of ilmenite. OSCOM Unit at Chhattarpur, Orissa, achieved 90% of its capacity and achieved production of 1.96 lakh tons of ilmenite. The Company launched its first phase of capacity expansion for mineral processing at its plants in Chavara and Manavalakurichi. It also took up the projects for zirconium hydroxide and recovery of rare elements from phosphoric acid
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  4. he-man

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    the problem with microwaves will be the range,,i don't think it will be much and also it won't be fired in a beam like fashion as laser is capable of.

    as such whats the use if the effect is diffuse and with small range??
    lasers are the future in my opinion
     
  5. Dsmahanta

    Dsmahanta 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    Is It Really SECRET ????
     
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    nope and kali will most probably never be used as a weapon for the reasons i stated although i may be wrong.
     
  7. designer2cad

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    Anti-Gravity Device
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    Dighi in Pune, the city of the brightest Indian defense research scientists and engineers is full of whispers these days. According to some sources in Pune the scientists are tight lipped and say they cannot speak till 2012. What is going to happen in 2012? No one knows but they keep saying before any question is asked – “I know nothing!” If you carefully keep your ears on these whispers you will realize India has tested something no one wants to talk about, It is a break through in conventional Physics and traditional mechanical and aeronautical engineering.

    Still the question comes back why should all stay quiet till 2012? Where did this anti-gravity technology come from? Strange activities are being seen for quite some time in the Indian side of Himalayas. Some say the technology came from a Tampere University of Technology in Finland where an Indian scientist was research engineer. Others says it is really a planned diversion – it came from indigenous research that started in 1070s just after India exploded the first nuclear device in Pokhran. Mrs. Indira Gandhi in late seventies while communicating with news journalists once in Kolkata during a whirlwind election trip mentioned that India must research forgotten technologies that were part of Hindu mythologies like Ramayana and Mahabharata. When quizzed further she mentioned that like in ancient days we should be able to fly effortlessly.

    Anti gravity technology can change India and the world. Uses seem limited only by the imagination: Lifts in buildings could be replaced by devices built into the ground. People wanting to go up would simply activate the anti-gravity device -- making them weightless -- and with a gentle push ascend to the floor they want.

    Space-travel would become routine, as all the expense and danger of rocket technology is geared towards combatting the Earth's gravitation pull. By using the devices to raise fluids against gravity, and then conventional gravity to pull them back to earth against electricity-generating turbines, the devices could also revolutionize power generation.

    India will most likely announce the discovery as part of peaceful innovation series. But obviously the military applications can make conventional missiles and aircrafts obsolete overnight.

    Effortless lifting and low cost denial of gravity can change our world. And if the whispers are right, India may be changing the world forever. But why the magic year 2012? Why everything has to be kept secret till then?
     
  8. INDIAN NATIONALIST

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    Directed energy weapons may functionally eliminate the relevance of MAD doctrine to any nation capable of sustaining a comprehensive array; a LASER or particle beam may be able to neutralize the threat from a ballistic missile from a safe distance, or even while it is still within enemy airspace, along with many other novel applications yet to be explored.

    There is no speed of projectile or missile that can outpace a LASER or particle beam. For a nation like India, research into these weapons will be essential in the interest of future security.
     
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    Range is not at all the problem. (Simply increase the power output of the device).
    Its basically called FRIIS Transmission formula used in any microwave / Rf transceivers and MW transmission.
     
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    the point was relative to the laser and there its pretty diffuse how much power u may give it
     
  11. Himanshu Pandey

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    I love to know more on this anti-gravity thing.
     
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    what use will it be??
    really?
     
  13. Himanshu Pandey

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    I can use it in several things and the cost of fuel will be not there... which means camel lovers will not be as rich as they are today... which means peace for world... need more?
     
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    already thread is there and discuss a lot time early.. Nothing new in this thread ,

    only question left is "When it will Finish??? " ....:undecided:

    Anti Gravity was my favorite one....:yes:

    For more Information please contact www. [MENTION=8719]layman[/MENTION] .com .... :mrgreen::help::angel::angel::angel:
     
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    [MENTION=8719]layman[/MENTION] 'ji please enlighten us on this anti-gravity weapon
     
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