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PWPalau (US postal abbreviation)
PWPower Windows
PWPassword
PWPitching Wedge
PWPseudo-Wire
PWPer Week
PWPublic Works
PWPhoenix Wright (game)
PWPocket Watch
PWPersistent World (gaming)
PWPulse Width
PWPublisher's Weekly
PWPlywood
PWPratt & Whitney
PWPostmenopausal Women (biology)
PWPolitechnika Warszawska
PWPrisoner of War
PWPotable Water
PWPretty Woman (movie)
PWProject Work
PWPennywise (band)
PWPrevailing Wage
PWPrice-Waterhouse (accounting firm)
PWPulsed Wave
PWPrecipitable Water
PWPartition Wall (fire insurance)
PWPermanent Way
PWProcess Water
PWPro-Wrestler
PWPiggly Wiggly (retail store)
PWProved Wrong
PWPetawatt (10^15 Watts)
PWPressurized Water (plumbing)
PWPanel Wiring
PWPlace of Worship (map symbol)
PWPrivate Wire
PWProduced Water
pWPicowatt
PWPagewidth (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
PWPhantom Works (Boeing Corporation)
PWPatient Weight
PWPistol Whipped (gaming)
PWPower Walking (aerobic exercise)
PWPuncture Wound
PWProtest Warrior
PWProfit Warning
PWPeter Weller (actor)
PWProjection Welding
PWPosition Width (noise model)
PWPlanetary Wave
PWProvidence and Worcester Railroad Company
PWPositively Women (UK charity)
PWPathetic Wanker
PWParent Watching
PWPeople's Watch (human rights group; India)
PWPanty Waist
PWPromotion Wars (game)
PWPolygon Wizards (gaming)
PWProvisional Wing
PWProduction Waiver
PWPriceWeber (advertising company)
PWPeriodic Wall
PWPatrick Wolf (musician)
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2013) Enhancement of electron energy to the multi-GeV regime by a dual-stage laser-wakefield accelerator pumped by petawatt laser pulses.
Section 4 presents three applications in lithography in deep ultraviolet and extreme ultraviolet, free-electron lasers, and the high-energy petawatt laser PHELIX and its high-power optics.
Livermore to Build 10Hz Petawatt Laser for Czech Center
We have built lasers, such as the National Ignition Facility's Petawatt Laser (located at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California) and the University of Texas at Austin's Texas Petawatt Laser, that for brief instants produce extremely energetic pulses of light.
1996 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory produces a laser with a peak power of more than a petawatt, exceeding the entire electricity-generating capacity of the United States.
The Petawatt laser at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California produces laser pulses of more than 1.
15 degrees centigrade it decays within hours The most powerful laser is the Petawatt at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California.
We're marching toward a petawatt," declares the Univ.
A common demand for many applications is the combination of maximum pulse peak powers with maximum average powers, in extreme cases involving petawatt (PW) peak powers and megawatt (MW) average powers.
The method, known as fast ignition, uses lasers capable of delivering more than a petawatt of power (a million billion watts) in a fraction of a billionth of a second to heat compressed deuterium and tritium (DT) fuel to temperatures exceeding the 50 million degrees Celsius needed to initiate fusion reactions and release net energy.
leadership in Petawatt laser research, construction of OMEGA EP, and joint OFES and ICF efforts in high-energy density physics.
Texas Petawatt Laser Located at the University of Texas at Austin, this laser boasts an instantaneous power of 1.