Experiments on PIM in support of the development of IVA technology for radiography at AWE

@article{Cough2002ExperimentsOP,
  title={Experiments on PIM in support of the development of IVA technology for radiography at AWE},
  author={Stephen G. Cough and K. Praveen Jayakar Thomas and Mark C. Williamson and Martin J. Phillip and Ian D. Smith and Vernon L Bailey and Hiroshi J Kishi and John Maenchen and David L. Johnson},
  journal={2002 14th International Conference on High-Power Particle Beams (BEAMS)},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={167-170}
}
The PIM machine has been designed and constructed at AWE as part of a program to investigate IVA technology for radiographic applications. PIM, as originally constructed, was a prospective single module of a 14 MV, 100 kA, ten module machine. The design of such a machine is a primary goal of the program as several are required to provide multi-axis radiography in a new Hydrodynamics Research Facility (HRF). Another goal is to design lower voltage machines (ranging from 1 to 5 MV) utilizing PIM… CONTINUE READING
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