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Nanosecond high-voltage PFN generator

300kV, 3kA, 250ns, repetition rate up to 10 Hz
Address:  Liddow's Physics Complex, room 386
This pulsed power generator is using in experiments with various types of plasma cathodes ( ferro-electric plasma sources, carbon and velvet cathodes, multi-capillary cathodes, metal-ceramic cathodes, etc.) for generation of relativistic high-current electron beams in different type of diodes with and without magnetic insulation. Continue Reading Nanosecond high-voltage PFN generator
 
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Sub-microsecond pulsed power generator

500 kV, 25 kA, 500 ns
Address:  Canada's Bldg., room Plasma Lab
Sub-microsecond pulsed power generator 500 kV, 25 kA, 500 ns is using for research of cathode and anode plasma dynamics and plasma influence on the efficiency of the microwave generation in relativistic S-band magnetron and double gap vircator. Continue Reading Sub-microsecond pulsed power generator
 
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All Solid State Linear Induction Accelerator

500kV, 5kA, 150ns
Address:  Canada's Bldg., room Plasma Lab
It is using for research of cathode and anode plasma dynamics and plasma influence on the efficiency of the microwave generation in relativistic S-band magnetron and double gap vircator Continue Reading All Solid State Linear Induction Accelerator
 
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Sub-microsecond timescale pulsed current generator

100kV, 850kA, 350ns
Address:  Canada's Bldg.,, room Plasma Lab
These pulsed current generator is used for research of properties of non-ideal plasma during underwater electrical wire explosions and for generation of strong shock waves and extreme state of water produced by underwater electrical cylindrical wire array explosion Continue Reading Sub-microsecond timescale pulsed current generator
 
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Microsecond timescale pulsed current generator

30kV, 350kA, 1┬Ás
Address:  Liddow's Physics Complex, room 385
Obtained experimental data regarding plasma parameters are compared with the results of MHD simulations coupled with EOS. Pressure up to 5 Mbar was obtained in the water in the vicinity of the implosion axis. Continue Reading Microsecond timescale pulsed current generator
 
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Nanosecond timescale coaxial water forming line generator

140kV, 80kA, 60ns
Address:  Liddow's Physics Complex, room 385
This pulsed current generatori is used for research of properties of non-ideal plasma during underwater electrical wire explosions and for generation of strong shock waves and extreme state of water produced by underwater electrical cylindrical wire array explosion Continue Reading Nanosecond timescale coaxial water forming line generator