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  • Destler, William; Hoeberling, R.; Kim, H.; Bostick, W. (American Institute of Physics, 1979-08-01)
    The collective acceleration of carbon ions to a peak energy in the range 170-200 MeV has been achieved using a 6-MeV 190-kA lOO-ns electron beam pulse generated by the Pulserad 1590 facility at Kirtland Air Force Base. ...
  • Destler, William; Floyd, L.; Reiser, M. (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 ...
  • Floyd, L.; Destler, William; Reiser, M.; Shin, H. (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 ...
  • Destler, William; Romero, H.; Striffler, C.; Weiler, R.; Namkung, W. (American Institute of Physics, 1981-04)
    The radiation produced by a hollow, non-neutral, rotating, relativistic E layer propagating inside a coaxial cylindrical drift tube has been investigated theoretically and experimentally. The measured radiation spectrum ...
  • Destler, William; Floyd, L.; Cremer, J.; Parsons, C.; Reiser, M.; Rudmin, J. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1981-06)
    The collective acceleration of ions (H, D, He, C, N, Ne, Al, Ar, Fe, Cu, Xe) from a well localized plasma immediately downstream of a relativistic electron beam diode is experimentally investigated. The ions are produced ...
  • Mayergoyz, D.; Destler, William; Emad, F. (American Institute of Physics, 1982-11)
    A new concept of switching of high currents using intense relativistic electron beams propagating in vacuum drift tubes is presented. Some possible applications of this concept for the design of current switches are ...
  • Destler, William; Cremer, J. (American Institute of Physics, 1983-02)
    Thomson spectrometer measurements of the charge states of collectively accelerated light and heavy ions (H, D, He, N, Ne, Ar) are reported. Within experimental error, all charge states are accelerated to the same peak ...
  • Destler, William (American Institute of Physics, 1983-02)
    Experimental studies of the production of C^11, N^13, 0^15, and F^18 by collective1y accelerated deuterons impinging on solid targets are presented.
  • Destler, William; Kulkarni, R.; Striffler, C.; Weiler, R. (American Institute of Physics, 1983-07)
    The production of high power microwave radiation at high harmonics of the electron cyclotron frequency by the interaction of a rotating electron beam with a magnetron-type conducting boundary has been studied theoretically ...
  • Destler, William; O'Shea, P.G.; Reiser, M.; Striffler, C.D.; Welsh, D.; Fleischmann, H.H. (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 ...
  • Cremer, J.; Destler, William (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1983-08)
    Experimental studies of the collective acceleration of laser produced ions have been conducted. An intense relativistic electron beam (1 MeV, 30 kA, 30 ns) is emitted from a 4 mm diameter tungsten cathode and passes ...
  • Cremer, J.T.; Destler, William (IEEE - Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1983-08)
    Experimental studies of the collective acceleration of laser produced ions have been conducted. An intense relativistic electron beam (1 MeV, 30 kA, 30 ns) is emitted from a 4 mm diameter tungsten cathode and passes through ...
  • Striffler, C.D.; Destler, William; Kulkarni, R.; Weiler, R.L. (IEEE - Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1983-08)
    Studies of the production of microwave and millimeter wave radiation at high harmonics of the relativistic electron cyclotron frequency by the interaction of a rotating E-layer with a multiresonator magnetron boundary ...
  • Shefer, R.; Bekefi, G.; Destler, William (American Institute of Physics, 1984-02-01)
    We report measurements of millimeter wave emission from a rotating relativistic electron ring (2 MY, 1 kA) in which electrons move in quasi-circular orbits under the combined action of a uniform axial magnetic field and ...
  • O'Shea, P.; Welsh, D.; Destler, William; Striffler, D. (American Institute of Physics, 1984-06)
    The propagation ofa magnetically confined intense relativistic electron beam (IREB) (I MeV, 27 kA, 20 ns FWHM) in vacuum drift tubes has been studied experimentally and theoretically. Experimental results for current ...
  • Destler, William; Granatstein, V.; Mayerogyz, I.; Segalov, Z. (IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics, 1985)
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  • Destler, William; Aghamir, F.; Boyd, D.; Bekeli, G.; Shefer, R.; Yin, Y. (American Institute of Physics, 1985-06)
    The generation of millimeter wave radiation from the interaction of a rotating electron beam (2 MeV, I kA, 5 nsec) with an azimuthally periodic wiggler magnetic field has been studied experimentally. Calculations of the ...
  • Lawson, W.; Destler, William; Striffler, C.D. (IEEE - Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1985-10)
    A study of the production of high power microwave radiation from a large orbit gyrotron in azimuthally periodic boundary systems has been conducted. Linear growth rates have been calculated for the 2¿ modes of magnetron-like ...
  • Destler, William; O'Shea, P.; Segalov, Z. (IEEE, 1985-10)
  • Kehs, Alan; Bromborsky, Alan; Ruth, B.G.; Graybill, S.E.; Destler, William; Carmel, Y.C.; Wang, M.C. (IEEE - Transactions on plasma science, 1985-12)
    A high-power backward-wave oscillator (BWO) has been constructed that is driven by a relativistic electron beam (REB). A typical electron beam of 2-4 kA is accelerated across a diode potential of 650-800 kV and then guided ...

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