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Description and Operation of the Laboratory Laser Cooling Module (LCM) for the Mobile Test Unit (MTU).
ARMY MISSILE RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING LAB REDSTONE ARSENAL ALA GROUND EQUIPMENT/MATERIALS DIRECTORATE
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This report briefly explains the design and operation of the Laser Cooling Module LCM, a support module for the Mobile Test Unit MTU. Prior to, during and after the lasing operation of the MTU, varying quantities of heat are generated by the laser. This heat must be removed at the laser and expelled elsewhere for proper operation. The purpose of the LCM is just that to remove laser heat and expel it to the atmosphere. The proper functioning of the LCM has a direct relationship to the MTU laser power output. Author
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