Pulse Source of Energy for the Feed of a Pinch with Liner Type Set-up,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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In connection with the development of work on a pulse thermonuclear reactor, the creation of pulse sources of feed with a large reserve of energy and duration of its output .0001 and longer is of special current interest. During the development of these sources on the basis of induction collectors of energy, a whole series of problems arise, connected with the design of the collector itself and the realization of fast output of energy using commutating devices with great power, as well as with the design agreement of the collector with the complex of disconnection devices. The induction collectors of toroidal configuration, despite slightly worse overall weight indicators compared with cylindrical collectors, have a number of advantages for short-pulse systems, including a symmetrical arrangement of the sections of the collector, eliminating additional losses in energy in the multiplication circuits of the currents with the parallel connection of the sections b significant weakening of the external fields compared with cylindrical collectors and c the possibility of symmetrical arrangement of the commutating equipment and the ensurance of the mechanical strength of the construction as a whole.
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