Electron beam equipment

20160506-25
Multi-element cylindrical electron gun systems for focusing and controlling electron beam
Mevlut Dogan

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The electron gun plays an important role in atomic, molecular, plasma, thin film, lithography and surface physics. Different types of electron gun have been designed for producing different electron beam energies. Cylindrical ...  read more

20160506-24
EBW application for the manufacture of HEBT dipole vacuum chambers, FAIR
Aleksei M. Medvedev, Alexey M. Semenov, Yuri I. Semenov, Alexandr A. Starostenko, Mikhail M. Sizov, Aleksandr S. Tcyganov

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BINP (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia) have successfully used the electron beam welding for manufacturing of vacuum chambers for a long time. The EBW facility provides the maximum seam length of 2 ...  read more

20160506-23
Large chamber electron beam welding machine designed for joining of 3D structures
Frantisek Kolenic, Daniel Drimal, Peter Faragula, Lubos Kovac, Peter Fodrek

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This paper presents a new design of new EBW machine. Newly developed EBW machine is intended primarily for welding of massive components large power units as well as series of smaller weldments. The volume of the welding chamber ...  read more

20160506-22
Automated wide-aperture plasma cathode electron source with beam extraction into the atmosphere
Maxim S. Vorobyov, Vladimir V. Denisov, Nikolay N. Koval, Stepan A. Sulakshin, Vladimir V. Shugurov, Vladislav V. Yakovlev

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The paper presents an automated wide-aperture (750×150 mm) plasma cathode electron source based on a low-pressure arc with grid stabilization of the plasma emission boundary and beam extraction into the atmosphere or high-pressure ...  read more

20160506-21
Non-vacuum electron beam apparatus based on plasma emitter
Alexander Aksenov, Sergey Kornilov, Maxim Motorin, Nikolay Rempe, Dmitriy Shashev, Stanislav Shidlovskiy

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The paper is devoted to non-vacuum electron beam apparatus based on plasma emitter. The developed apparatus is intended to generate electron beams of energy up to 120 keV, current up to 200 mA and accelerating gap pressure ...  read more

20160506-20
Design of electron guns using a bespoke genetic algorithm
Colin Ribton, Sofia del Pozo, Wamadeva Balachandran, David Ryan Smith

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Electron beams are used in many different industrial, medical and scientific applications. Each area has many specific requirements that can only be met with bespoke gun designs producing beams with the required intensity, ...  read more