Initial Performance of the Primary Test Stand

@article{Jianjun2013InitialPO,
  title={Initial Performance of the Primary Test Stand},
  author={Deng Jianjun and Xie Weiping and Feng Suping and Wang Meng and Li Hongtao and Song Shengyi and Xia Minghe and He An and Tian Qing and Gu Yuanchao and Guan Yongchao and Wei Bin and Zou Wenkang and Huang Xianbin and Wang Lijuan and Zhang Zhaohui and He Yi and Yang Libing},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={41},
  pages={2580-2583}
}
The primary test stand (PTS) is a multiterawatt facility with a current of 8-10 MA and rise time of 90 ns, which is being built for Z-pinch studies at the Institute of Fluid Physics, China Academy of Engineering Physics. The PTS consists of 24 modules that are connected in parallel. Each module is based on the Marx generator and water pulse forming line as well as laser-triggered spark gap switch working at 5-MV level. The nominal total stored energy of the PTS is 7.2 MJ. All the Marx… CONTINUE READING

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