GENERATION OF AN ELECTRON-BEAM AND PULSES OF MICROWAVE-RADIATION USING THE ENERGY OF CHEMICAL EXPLOSIVESстатья

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[1] Generation of an electron-beam and pulses of microwave-radiation using the energy of chemical explosives / E. AZARKEVICH, A. DIDENKO, A. ZHERLITSYN et al. // High Temperature. — 1994. — Vol. 32, no. 1. — P. 122–127. Experiments in the generation of a relativistic electron beam and pulsed microwave radiation using the energy of chemical explosives were performed. A vircator based on a triode with a virtual cathode was chosen as the microwave generator. For transformation of the explosion energy into electromagnetic energy, high voltage magnetocumulative generators with magnetic flux interception energized by helical magnetocumulative generators were developed. Electric-fuze circuit breakers were used to match the impedances of the magnetocumulative generators and the vircator, as well as to form the necessary shape of the electrical pulse. As a result, voltage pulses of up to 600 kV with the rise time congruent-to 60 ns were applied to the vircator, and the current amplitude in the triode reached 16 kA. The peak power of microwave radiation brought out into the atmosphere was at least 100 MW. A model is proposed that describes the performance of the circuit and its elements, and its reasonable agreement with experiment is shown.

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