A. P. Lototsky

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The project of the electric generator " Baikal " for production of 10-15 MJ of soft X-ray radiation is considered. The X-ray radiation arises at compression of a wire array at a current pulse of ~ 50 MA for 100-150 nanoseconds. The "MOL" stand, a prototype of the future module of the "Baikal" generator, is created to investigate and optimize the generation(More)
A scheme of the inductive unit of power amplification is presented. It is based on the two-coil solenoid and electrically bursting conductors as current breakers. Since the magnetic flow is common for two coils the current breaking in the first coil of the store leads to the current amplification in the second coil and more speedy triggering of the second(More)
The fast liner implosion program on the 8-module pulsed power facility "Angara5-1" with output power 9 TW, electrical pulse rise time 90 ns and load peak current 4 MA is under development at TRINITI. The main program objective is directed on high intensity soft X-ray source creation for ICF and basic research. Double liner concept has been suggested as a(More)
Summary form only given. In SRC RF TRINITI the physics of radiating Z pinches for application as a source of x-ray for ICF target ignition are under investigation. Simultaneously the works on a designing the module of the generator which should deliver the current pulse up to 50 MA as a driver for radiating Z pinch are conducted. Experiments for study of(More)
The researches on a laboratory source of powerful soft x-ray radiation are considered. This project develops by cooperation from Kurchatov Institute, TRlNITI, Efremov Institute and VNIITF. The compression of fast liners is considered as the most perspective source for production of x-ray pulses at MJ range. The project is based on inductive stores of(More)
In the Russian State Research Center, Troitsk Institute of Innovation and Fusion Research, the first two power-amplifier cascades of the MOL stand are put into operation. This paper presents the description of the stand stages and the results of experiments on the current amplification. In the experiment, under the MOL's charging current of 20 kA, the(More)
Summary form only given. At TRINITI cylindrical and conical wire liners are being studied on the Angara-5-1. The design of quasi-spherical wire arrays has been tested. 3-D compression take place in the quasi-spherical arrays. At the implosion on Angara-5-1 of the quasi-spherical arrays with spatially profiled linear mass the increase of density of plasma(More)
In SRC RF TRINITI investigated implosion of cylindrical and quasi-spherical wire arrays. Such arrays are made of metal wires and plastic fibers both coated by metal. For three-dimensional quasi-spherical arrays implosion the technique was developed to produce wires or fiber with a given distribution of linear mass along the wires. That mass distribution(More)
Double liner implosion approach for x-ray production and distinction between gas-puff and wire array implosions are described. The test-bed for multi MJ x-ray generator «Baikal» named as “MOL” is presented.
In the work presented are the results of the investigations into the physics of implosion of multiple wire arrays from various elements carried out on the Angara-5-1 facility. To study the process of prolonged plasma production for such arrays some microprobes placed inside the liner were applied. As a result a dependence of the time taken by a magnetic(More)