THERMAL CRACKING OF WAVEGUIDE WINDOWS
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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A theory is derived to explain the cracking of waveguide windows due to stresses generated by heat dissipated in the window when subject to the RF fields in a waveguide. Calculations of the temperature rise and power-handling ability of half-wavelength block windows at X-band are presented.
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