The Sandia Z machine is the world's largest pulsed power facility. It stores up to 22 MJ of energy in capacitor banks that is compressed in both space and time into a ~100 ns, linearly rising current pulse with a peak value of up to 26 MA. This current is used to create extremely high energy density conditions.
The Z-Backlighter Laser (ZBL) is the third largest pulsed laser in the world. It provides x-ray images of imploding capsules and wire-array dynamics on Z experiments.
Saturn is a modular, variable-spectrum, x-ray simulation source capable of producing 75 trillion watts in x rays.
Hermes III Accelerator
The High-Energy Radiation Megavolt Electron Source (HERMES) III accelerator is the world's most powerful gamma-ray simulator.
The Radiographic Integrated Test Stand (RITS) accelerator has been built as a test bed for research and development of pulsed power drivers and radiographic diodes.