High power high energy pulse production and application : the proceedings of an Australian-US Seminar on Energy Storage, Compression and Switching, SESCAS '77, 15-21 November, 1977
Interest has grown rapidly in new methods of storing megajoules of energy and delivering it to loads in times ranging from about one second to less than a millisecond. It is clear that storage by capacitors is reaching the limit of applicability, and new methods are required for powering the next generation of tokamaks, theta pinches, large lasers and pulsed electron and ion beam machines. During the past 25 years, a small but vital group in the Department of Engineering Physics at the...[Show more]
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