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A 300-keV high-power ion-beam source has been evaluated. The results obtained are reported. An extra high-voltage pulse was applied to the anode to produce plasma of a certain species content. In… (More)
Details of construction, technology and some aspects of future applications of the intense electron beam generator TONUS-2 with disk-type transmission line is the subject of this paper.
The paper reports on results of formation and transport of sub-microsecond low energy high power ion beams (HPIB) combined with their transformation to quazi parallel geometry from initial converging… (More)
Experimental results are presented concerning the acceleration of heavy ion beams generated in a planar diode and in a magnetically insulated strip diode by means of explosive emission. In case of… (More)
The formation of relativistic electron beam (REB) using pulse energy source with relatively low output voltage and low impedance may be interesting for a number of applications (beam technology,… (More)
This paper reports the study of the characteristics of magnetically insulated coaxial diodes (MID) with axial (BZ) and azimuthal (B¿) field. It is shown that unclosed electron drift in these MID with… (More)
We report about a facility for the receipt of high intensity electron rings which has been built at the Tomsk Institute for Nuclear Physics. The TONUS accelerator has been employed with 2 MeV energy… (More)
Self focusing relativistic electron beam propagating along the surface of ferromagnetic plate is attracted to it and reflected in the case of the diamagnetic plate.
The results of investigations concerning some applications of high-power ion beams (HPIBs) to materials surface modification are presented. For HPIB-based film deposition, the characteristics of… (More)
The parameters and the characteristics of charged particle high power beam accelerators developed in the Tomsk Nuclear Physics Institute are presented, as well as the results of their application to… (More)