Nanosecond pulse techniques

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Gordon and Breach
Statementby W. Meiling and F. Stary.
ContributionsStary, F.
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Open LibraryOL19546961M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meiling, Wolfgang. Nanosecond pulse techniques. New York, Gordon and Breach [©] (OCoLC) Document Type. This review of pulsed high voltage techniques is of a rather personal nature and mainly reports on work done by the high voltage pulse group at AWRE, Aldermaston.

I would like to acknowledge the efforts of this group, which over the past seven years has managed to elucidate some of the features of the design of Nanosecond pulse techniques book voltage pulsed by: TN #1 High Voltage Nanosecond Pulse Measurement Techniques 3 Introduction. The EHT nanosecond pulser series of power supplies generate pulses that are both high in voltage, up to 40 kV, and have fast rise times, as short as 10 ns.

The measurement of these kindsFile Size: KB. The same is true of tunnel diode pulse circuits. \Ve can arbitrarily draw a line somewhere around.5 nano­ seconds. Slower risetimes and wider pulses are obtained by conventional techniques.

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In this paper, a method using the outbreak current with low-voltage to drive MOS-FETs is proposed. That is, at a nanosecond voltage pulse, the energy released by Joule heating is so small that a vapor bubble cannot form.

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Gabrielsson, M. Behrend and M. Gundersenξ Department of Electrical Engineering - Electrophysics University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA ∗ This work was primarily funded by the Compact-Pulsed Power MURI program funded by the Director of Defense.

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