In Russia, the Iskra-6 laser facility with pulse energy of up to 300
kJ and nanosecond pulse duration was being planned (Kirillov et al., 2000). The possibility of
thermonuclear ignition with this laser energy was a goal of the
theoretical investigation at RFNC-VNIITF. Results of one-dimensional (1D)
and two-dimensional (2D) modeling of indirect-driven targets for ignition
on the Iskra-6 laser facility are presented. Sensitivity of cryogenic
single-shell and non-cryogenic double-shell targets to radiation flux
non-uniformity and shells roughness are studied.