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CERTAIN ASPECTS OF PULSE DISCHARGES IN A VACUUM (NEKOTORYE VOPROSY IMPULSNYKH RAZRYADOV V VAKUUME),
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Consideration is given to some problems of heavy-current commutation and erosion of electrodes made of refractory metals Mo, W in a vacuum. An analysis is made of the diffusion products precipitated on various base layers. The erosion of Mo, W electrodes has been determined in a vacuum in a pulse discharge. A qualitative dependence of the products of erosion on the parameters of the circuit is detected. A possibility is established for the creation of coatings of refractory metals of various density. Author
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