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  1. Presenting By: CH. Rajesh, V. Maneesh. 2. What is an Atom Bomb?  Powerful explosive nuclear weapon fueled by the splitting, or fission, of the nuclei of uranium or…
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  • 1. Presenting By: CH. Rajesh, V. Maneesh.
  • 2. What is an Atom Bomb?  Powerful explosive nuclear weapon fueled by the splitting, or fission, of the nuclei of uranium or plutonium in a chain reaction
  • 3. Who Created the Atomic Bomb ? Named the Manhattan Project. The leader of the Manhattan Project was U.S. Army Brigadier General Leslie R. Groves. His team worked under the direction of American physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer. Development of the atomic bomb began in 1939.
  • 4. Working Principle NUCLEAR CHAIN REACTIONS Fission Fusion Atom Bombs work on FISSION reaction
  • 5. NNUUCCLLEEAARR FFIISSSSIIOONN  Nuclear fission is the splitting of one heavy nucleus into two or more smaller nuclei, some sub-atomic particles, and energy.  A heavy nucleus is usually unstable due to many positive protons pushing apart.  Small changes of mass = huge changes in energy  When fission occurs:  Energy is produced.  Neutrons are released.
  • 6. Nuclear Fission A nuclear chain reaction May be triggered by a Single neutron.
  • 7. Nuclear fission is what occurs in nuclear power plants and atomic bombs
  • 8. First ATOM BOMB test  The first atomic explosion was conducted, as a test, at Alamogordo, New Mexico, on July 16, 1945.  The energy from the explosion was equivalent to that of 20,000 tons of TNT.  It was dropped for testing purposes only.  Maximum at 500 kilotons of TNT.
  • 9. Atom Bomb Types Little Boy WWII brought the first use of the atomic bomb for military action. The bomb, nicknamed “Little Boy,” was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, on August 6th, 1945. Even though it was a smaller atomic bomb, it still managed to kill over 65,000 people, and injure almost 70,000. The total area of destruction was one mile in diameter.
  • 10.  10 feet (3 m) in length,  28 inches (71 cm) wide and  weighed 8,900 lb (4000 kg).  The energy released is equal to the 15000 tons of TNT
  • 11. Effects of “Little Boy” on Hiroshima, Japan
  • 12. Hiroshima, Japan: Before The Atomic Bomb
  • 13. Hiroshima, Japan: After the Atomic Bomb
  • 14. Fat Man The second Atomic bomb, nicknamed “Fat Man,” dropped for military purposes during WWII. It was dropped on August 9th, 1945, in Nagasaki, Japan. 39,000 people were killed, and 25,000 were injured.
  • 15. Fat Man 7 feet 8 inches (2.34 m) long.  Five feet (1.52 m) in diameter.  Weighed 10,200 pounds (4,630 kg).  Energy is equal to 22000 tons of TNT.
  • 16. Effects of “Fat Man” On Nagasaki, Japan
  • 17. Nagasaki, Japan: Before The Atom Bomb
  • 18. Nagasaki, Japan: After The Atomic Bomb
  • 19. Atom Bomb Destruction
  • 20. Applications These are used in Defense Academy. Nearly 40+ countries are active in preparation of Atom Bombs Atom Bomb was used in World War II against Japan, it took nearly 6 years to prepare.
  • 21. Ef f ects to Environment Due to the Atom Bomb explosion plants get the side effect of incapable growth because of two reasons. Gamma rays and x-rays released from Atomic Explosions. Due to this radiations genetic changes in human causes many diseases about a decades.
  • 22. the manhattan project trinity test.mp4
  • 23. Special Thanks To: Prakash Sir, Pradeep Sir. By M2 Section
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