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A HIGH INTENSITY PULSED X-RADIATION SOURCE
AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO FLIGHT CONTROL LAB
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A pulse magnetic x-ray device capable of generating high intensity x-radiation is considered. Such a device will employ high energy electrons from a linear accelerator injected into a pulsed megagauss magnetic field. For a specified spectrum characterized by the critical wavelength, flux level, electron beam width, and observation range, the required parameters, magnetic field intensity, electron energy, and number of electrons may be approximately determined. Author
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