We are exploring novel additively manufactured templates for incorporating engineered, ultralow-density porous materials into high-power laser targets, thus greatly improving target fabrication reproducibility. These materials are expected to enable innovative technologies in laser-fusion energy, energy storage and conversion, and catalysis, as well as for stockpile stewardship science.
Oakdale, J. S. 2018. "3D Printed Foams via Two Photon Lithography." JOWOG 37, Livermore, CA, March 2017. LLNL-PRES-747145.
——— . 2018 "Direct Laser Writing of Low Density Materials for Laser Plasma Experiments." 4th Additive Manufacturing Cross-JOWOG, Albuquerque, NM, October 2018. LLNL-PRES-760015.
Oakdale, J. S., et al. 2018. "Additive Manufacturing of Low Density Interdigitated Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping." World Material Research Institute Forum, Teddington, UK, June 2018. LLNL-PRES-752809.
——— . 2018 "Direct Laser Writing of Low Density Foams for High Energy Density Physics: Target Fabrication Efforts at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory." ASPE Winter Topical Meeting - Precision Engineering for Micro and Nanotechnology, Livermore, CA, February 2018. LLNL-POST-745696.
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