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Title: Energy depth distribution of pulsed electron beam with wide electron kinetic energy spectrum for an aluminum target
Authors: Poloskov, Artem Viktorovich
Serebrennikov, Maksim Anatolevich
Isemberlinova, Asemgul Asentaevna
Egorov, Ivan Sergeevich
Keywords: распределение; электронные пучки; кинетическая энергия; электроны; мишени; алюминиевая фольга; вакуумные диоды
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IOP Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Energy depth distribution of pulsed electron beam with wide electron kinetic energy spectrum for an aluminum target / A. V. Poloskov, M. A. Serebrennikov, A. A. Isemberlinova, I. S. Egorov // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. — Bristol : IOP Publishing Ltd., 2019. — Vol. 1393 : Gas Discharge Plasmas and Their Applications (GDP 2019) : 14th International Conference 15–21 September 2019. — [012115, 5 p.].
Abstract: Knowledges of pulsed electron beam characteristics is necessary for use it for scientific and practice applications. Current work analyses the pulsed electron beam extracted from the vacuum diode through a titanium foil (60 mkm) of the diode exit window. Electron beam energy depth distribution was measured for a target made of different number of aluminum foils. A pulsed electron beam with a wide range of kinetic energies was generated by the ASTRA-M accelerator (260 kV of accelerating voltage, up to 1 kA of beam current, 150 ns of beam pulse duration at FWHM). A calorimeter of total absorption and Faraday cup were used to measure beam characteristics. Calorimeter included two collectors: first one measures a beam energy after aluminum foils, and the second one measures a total beam energy. All measurements were performed at 10-5 Torr background pressure after the exit window foil. As a result, the electron kinetic energy spectrum of the beam out of diode has been reconstructed.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/65047
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