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M. Nayfeh (USA)

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D. H. Zhang (Singapore)

Space-Based Nano-Material Enhanced Solar Laser System Simulation for Transfering Power onto the Earth

A simulation model of a space-based solar-pumped laser system sensitized by a luminescent nano-crystal to transfer the power onto the earth is carried out.  The system consists of a solar pumped laser by a concentration system set on a satellite.  The laser material is coupled with a luminescent nano-crystal that acts as a sensitizer.  The resulted laser is directed onto the earth surface, where it can be used to generate power.  The intensity and the divergence of the laser are calculated in order to obtain the optimal solar laser system as a payload on the satellite and the optimal terrestrial applications in Egypt.

 

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