COAXIAL INJECTION THYRATRON.

A. M. Efremov, B. M. Koval'chuk, V. S. Tolkachev, P. M. Shchanin

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    Abstract

    A gas-discharge switching device based on semi-self-maintained space discharge controlled by an electron beam is described. The working gas is methane. In the circuit of a generator with partial discharge of a capacitor, the device switched currents of up to 7. 5 ka with a current-pulse duration of 110 mu sec for a recovery voltage of up to 50 kv. The characteristics of discharge in nitrogen are given for comparison.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)859-861
    Number of pages3
    JournalInstruments and experimental techniques New York
    Volume29
    Issue number4 pt 1
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 1986

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    injection
    Partial discharges
    Gases
    Discharge (fluid mechanics)
    Electron beams
    Methane
    Capacitors
    gas discharges
    Nitrogen
    Recovery
    Networks (circuits)
    capacitors
    pulse duration
    Electric potential
    generators
    methane
    recovery
    electron beams
    nitrogen
    electric potential

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    • Engineering (miscellaneous)
    • Instrumentation

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    Efremov, A. M., Koval'chuk, B. M., Tolkachev, V. S., & Shchanin, P. M. (1986). COAXIAL INJECTION THYRATRON. Instruments and experimental techniques New York, 29(4 pt 1), 859-861.

    COAXIAL INJECTION THYRATRON. / Efremov, A. M.; Koval'chuk, B. M.; Tolkachev, V. S.; Shchanin, P. M.

    In: Instruments and experimental techniques New York, Vol. 29, No. 4 pt 1, 07.1986, p. 859-861.

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    Efremov, AM, Koval'chuk, BM, Tolkachev, VS & Shchanin, PM 1986, 'COAXIAL INJECTION THYRATRON.', Instruments and experimental techniques New York, vol. 29, no. 4 pt 1, pp. 859-861.
    Efremov AM, Koval'chuk BM, Tolkachev VS, Shchanin PM. COAXIAL INJECTION THYRATRON. Instruments and experimental techniques New York. 1986 Jul;29(4 pt 1):859-861.
    Efremov, A. M. ; Koval'chuk, B. M. ; Tolkachev, V. S. ; Shchanin, P. M. / COAXIAL INJECTION THYRATRON. In: Instruments and experimental techniques New York. 1986 ; Vol. 29, No. 4 pt 1. pp. 859-861.
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