DOUBLE SHAPING LINE SWITCH IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULE OF THE ANGARA-5 APPARATUS.

V. V. Vecherkovskii, Yu A. Istomin, Yu V. Koba, B. M. Koval'chuk, V. A. Lavrinovich, G. M. Latmanizova, A. S. Perlin, O. P. Pecherskii, Yu F. Potalitsyn, I. R. Yampol'skii

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    A design study has been performed on a high-current switch operating at 2. 4 Mv for the Angara-5 apparatus. Subject to given constraints on the size, a study has been made of the effects on the electrical strength from the distribution of the electrostatic field, the gas pressure and composition, the material in the insulating chamber, and the sectioning of the electrode system and switching chamber. Operating times have been measured with control by field distortion for several control-electrode configurations. Two types of switch with working voltages up to 2. 4 Mv have been manufactured with nanosecond operating stability, which provide reliable operation under the required conditions.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)878-881
    Number of pages4
    JournalInstruments and experimental techniques New York
    Volume26
    Issue number4 pt 2
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 1983

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    Vecherkovskii, V. V., Istomin, Y. A., Koba, Y. V., Koval'chuk, B. M., Lavrinovich, V. A., Latmanizova, G. M., ... Yampol'skii, I. R. (1983). DOUBLE SHAPING LINE SWITCH IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULE OF THE ANGARA-5 APPARATUS. Instruments and experimental techniques New York, 26(4 pt 2), 878-881.

    DOUBLE SHAPING LINE SWITCH IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULE OF THE ANGARA-5 APPARATUS. / Vecherkovskii, V. V.; Istomin, Yu A.; Koba, Yu V.; Koval'chuk, B. M.; Lavrinovich, V. A.; Latmanizova, G. M.; Perlin, A. S.; Pecherskii, O. P.; Potalitsyn, Yu F.; Yampol'skii, I. R.

    In: Instruments and experimental techniques New York, Vol. 26, No. 4 pt 2, 07.1983, p. 878-881.

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    Vecherkovskii, VV, Istomin, YA, Koba, YV, Koval'chuk, BM, Lavrinovich, VA, Latmanizova, GM, Perlin, AS, Pecherskii, OP, Potalitsyn, YF & Yampol'skii, IR 1983, 'DOUBLE SHAPING LINE SWITCH IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULE OF THE ANGARA-5 APPARATUS.', Instruments and experimental techniques New York, vol. 26, no. 4 pt 2, pp. 878-881.
    Vecherkovskii VV, Istomin YA, Koba YV, Koval'chuk BM, Lavrinovich VA, Latmanizova GM et al. DOUBLE SHAPING LINE SWITCH IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULE OF THE ANGARA-5 APPARATUS. Instruments and experimental techniques New York. 1983 Jul;26(4 pt 2):878-881.
    Vecherkovskii, V. V. ; Istomin, Yu A. ; Koba, Yu V. ; Koval'chuk, B. M. ; Lavrinovich, V. A. ; Latmanizova, G. M. ; Perlin, A. S. ; Pecherskii, O. P. ; Potalitsyn, Yu F. ; Yampol'skii, I. R. / DOUBLE SHAPING LINE SWITCH IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULE OF THE ANGARA-5 APPARATUS. In: Instruments and experimental techniques New York. 1983 ; Vol. 26, No. 4 pt 2. pp. 878-881.
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