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On the electronic and dynatronic oscillations of a split anode magnetron.

Gilbert Harold Metson

On the electronic and dynatronic oscillations of a split anode magnetron.

by Gilbert Harold Metson

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Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1942.

The Physical Object
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  Nonlinear electrostatic oscillations in a cold magnetized electron-positron plasma Physics of Plas ( Electronic mail: [email protected] We study the spatio-temporal evolution of the nonlinear electrostatic oscillations in a cold magnetized electron-positron (e-p) plasma using both analytics and simulations. Cited by: 2. ABSTRACT: In this work, an unbalanced magnetron sputtering system which allows for the production of corrosion resistance multilayer coatings is described. The major advantage of this system is that it combines features such as a multi-cathode setup, temperature control, control over the rotation of the sample holder, and the ability to change samples without breaking the vacuum.

Charge-to-mass ratio for the electron Introduction This is a variation of the original experiment carried out by n in The de ection of a charge moving in a magnetic eld is clearly demonstrated. A particle of mass mand charge emoving in a magnetic induction eld B . PHYSICAL REVIEW B 94, () Magnetophonon oscillations of thermoelectric power and combined resonance in two-subband electron systems A. D. Levin, 1G. M. Gusev, O. E. Raichev,2 and A. K. Bakarov3,4 1Instituto de F´ısica da Universidade de S ao Paulo, , S˜ ao Paulo, SP, Brazil˜ 2Institute of Semiconductor Physics, NAS of Ukraine, Prospekt Na Kyiv, Ukraine.

Split-Cylinder Resonant Electron Polarimeter Richard Talman Laboratory for Elementary-Particle Physics Cornell University July, Abstract Passive (non-destructive) high analysing power polarimetry will be required for feedback sta-bilization of frozen-spin storage rings. This is .   You will need a highly accurate electronic time base (crystal osc.) divided down to the half the period of your pendulum. This time base output has to deliver a short pulse, compared to the pendulums period of swing, maybe 10%. This pulse is amplified and delivered to a electromagnet at the center bottom of the pendelums swing.


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On the electronic and dynatronic oscillations of a split anode magnetron by Gilbert Harold Metson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The cavity magnetron is a high-powered vacuum tube that generates microwaves using the interaction of a stream of electrons with a magnetic field while moving past a series of open metal cavities (cavity resonators).Electrons pass by the openings to these cavities and cause microwaves to oscillate within, similar to the way a whistle produces a tone when excited by an air stream blown past its.

NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE MAGNETRON. - The split-anode, negative-resistance magnetron is a variation of the basic magnetron which operates at a higher negative-resistance magnetron is capable of greater power output than the basic general construction is similar to the basic magnetron except that it has a split plate, as shown in figure CALCULATION THE ANODEVOLTAGE OF The anode voltage V, is obtained by integrating the field, at a certain instant t, from cathode t o anode, and the field itself results from eq.

XIV. ELECTRONIC THEORY OF THE CYLINDRICAL MAGNETRON v, = - where Cited by: 8. The split anode magnetron had first been developed in by DR of GEC in America. Also inHaben, working in Germany, developed a similar device that worked on a 3 cm wavelength.

Dr n registered many patents (between - ) that relate to magnetron development. This is because the electronic efficiency is determined by the ratio between the thickness of the electron layer and the gap distance of the anode and the cathode [23] (η e = P out /V I a ≈1-L.

locking signal when magnetron anode voltage was OFF. Measured spectral density of noise of the injection-locked magnetrons in the range of output power of 10 dB did not demonstrate a notable increase at low power of the magnetron at PLock= W ( dB), Fig.

7 [7]. Figure 7: Spectral density of noise of the frequency. A wide variety of electric anode rod options are available to you, such as t3 - t8. You can also choose from cold drawn electric anode rod, as well as from round electric anode rod, and whether electric anode rod is series, series, or series.

There are 1, suppliers who sells electric anode rod onmainly located in. Fig. 2 shows the current oscillations (left column) and the phase difference between the oscillations (right column) for three cathode sizes. First, a relatively small cathode surface area A = cm 2 was chosen.

The time series data in Fig. 2a show that the current oscillations are nearly indistinguishable with identical frequencies of by: 1.

AA - RCA Experimental Split-Anode Magnetron. This looks to be a split-anode magnetron with self-contained resonating line. The two anode half cilynders are connected to the two top pins. The connecting rods are shorted together shortly above the anode, likely in a voltage node of what was the intended resonating system.

The 5J29 is an unusual device, a water-cooled split anode magnetron, used primarily in the AN/APT-4 radar jammer. Unlike a conventional multicavity magnetron, the 5J29 is effectively a miniature cyclotron accelerator.

The 5J29 is best known as a GE product; the second-source FTR version is much rarer. The Magnetron Ignition System By Terry Bartelt. Learners read an explanation of how the Magnetron Ignition System uses a solid state switching component, a step-up transformer, and magnetism to provide a high voltage spark in a one-cylinder combustion engine.

The majority of heat in a modern rotating anode tube is dissipated through the: A. Conduction of heat through the stem of the anode B. Transfer of the space charge to the anode disk C. Passage of radiant heat to the tube envelope D. Absorption of electrons by the ion sink.

A double-anode magnetron-injection gun (MIG) was designed. The MIG is for a W-band kW gyrotron. Analytic equations based on adiabatic theory and angular momentum conservation were used to examine the initial design parameters such as the cathode angle, and the radius of the beam emitting surface.

The MIG’s performances were predicted by using an electron trajectory code, the Cited by: 2. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew : V. Vigdorchik, V. Kontorovich. Rapid start of oscillations in a magnetron with a "transparent" cathode.

We report on the improvement of conditions for the rapid start of oscillations in magnetrons by increasing the amplitude of the operating wave that is responsible for the capture of electrons into spokes.

This amplitude increase is achieved by using a hollow cathode Cited by:   The present exposition deals with the fundamental multiplet spectrum of a multi‐sectorial cavity or vane‐type magnetron and specific applications involving the evaluation of the π‐mode wave‐length thereof.

The consequence of mutual coupling between the sectorial cavities through the interaction space of an infinitely long anode is evaluated for the linear case and subsequently applied Cited by: 5.

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FILAMENT CURRENT I ANODE VOLTAGE GRID BIAS (V) electrons CATHODE ANODE Figure1: Schematicofthecathodeandtheelectronopticsusedtoaccelerate Size: 61KB. anode loop power, with both the experimental measurement and Particle-in-Cell simulation. It is proposed to establish an understanding of the electronic regulation by magnetic field in the near-anode region by this study, and to guide the matching design of the magnetic.

Investigation of potential oscillations and ion energy distribution function near the hollow cathode Yu. Qin1, Kan. Xie2, Zun Zhang3 and JiTing. Ouyang4 Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing,China Ning Guo5, Zengjie Gu6 National key laboratory of Science and Technology on Vacuum Technology &Physics, LanzhouChina.

BNLCP First test of BNL Electron Beam Ion Source with high current density electron beam A. Pikin1, J. Alessi1, E. Beebe1, A. Shornikov2, R. Mertzig2, F. Wenander2, R. Scrivens2 1Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NYUSA 2CERN, CH Gen Switzerland Presented at the 12th International Symposium on Electron Beam Ion Sources and Traps.A new type of magnetoresistance oscillation periodic in 1/B is observed when the carrier density Ns of a two-dimensional electron gas is weakly modulated with a period smaller than the mean free.

Electrical oscillations are initiated in a series circuit containing a capacitance C, inductance L, and resistance R. a) If [tex]R.