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Studies of the helix controlled beam front accelerator concept
(IEEE - Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1983-08)
Helix controlled collective ion acceleration involves the use of a helical slow wave structure to control the propagation velocity of an intense relativistic electron beam front, in which ions could be trapped and accelerated ...
High power high brightness electron beam generation in a pulse-line driven pseudospark discharge
High brightness (~3×1010 A/m2rad2 ), high power density (~1010 W/cm2) electron beams have been generated by the mating of a hollow-cathode discharge device operating in the pseudospark regime to the output of a high power ...
Experimental study of collective acceleration of ions from a localized gas cloud
(American Institute of Physics, 1981-02)
The collective acceleration of ions (H, D, He, N, Ne; Ar, Kr, Xe) to peak energies of about 5 MeV/nucleon has been achieved using a 1.5-MeV, 35-kA, 30-ns electron beam pulse. Ion energies have been measured using ...
Study of collective ion acceleration in vacuum
(American Institute of Physics, 1979-05)
Theoretical and experimental studies of the collective acceleration of ions by a linear electron beam in an evacuated drift tube are presented. A one-dimensional theoretical model of the collective acceleration process ...
Collective acceleration of heavy ions
(American Physical Society, 1980-01-14)
Results of experiments on the collective acceleration of H, He, N, Ne, Ar, and Kr ions with an intense relativistic electron beam (1.5 MeV, 30 kA, 30 ns) are reported. Using time-of-flight diagnostics, we found that the ...
High power, high brightness electron beam generation in a pulse-line driven pseudospark discharge
(IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics, 1993)
High brightness (m 3 x 10" A/m2rad2), high power density (- 1O1O W/cm2) electron beams have been generated by the mating of a hollow-cathode discharge device operating in the pseudospark regime to the output of a high ...