PULSED HIGH-CURRENT NANOSECOND ELECTRON ACCELERATOR WITH PULSING FREQUENCY OF UP TO 100 Hz.

F. Ya Zagulov, V. Ya Borisov, G. Ya Vlasov, A. A. Makushev, V. V. Lopatin, A. S. El'chaninov, B. M. Koval'chuk

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    Abstract

    A high-current nanosecond 400-keV electron accelerator is described having a beam current of up to 8 kA and a pulse length of 25 nsec. A ribbon beam having the dimensions of 1000 multiplied by 100 mm is formed. The shaping line of the accelerator is charged from a pulse transformer. The use of a hydrogen thyratron in the primary loop of the transformer along with scavenging of the high-voltage spark gap ensures an accelerator pulsing frequency of up to 100 Hz.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInstrum Exp Tech
    Pages1267-1269
    Number of pages3
    Volume19
    Edition5 pt 1
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 1976

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Zagulov, F. Y., Borisov, V. Y., Vlasov, G. Y., Makushev, A. A., Lopatin, V. V., El'chaninov, A. S., & Koval'chuk, B. M. (1976). PULSED HIGH-CURRENT NANOSECOND ELECTRON ACCELERATOR WITH PULSING FREQUENCY OF UP TO 100 Hz. In Instrum Exp Tech (5 pt 1 ed., Vol. 19, pp. 1267-1269)