Capacitor Discharges - Magnetohydrodynamics - X-Rays - Ultrasonics

Capacitor Discharges - Magnetohydrodynamics - X-Rays - Ultrasonics

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High Speed Pulse Technology, Volume 1: Capacitor Discharges - Magnetohydrodynamics - X-Rays - Ultrasonics deals with the theoretical and engineering problems that arise in the capacitor discharge technique. This book discusses the characteristics of dielectric material, symmetrical switch tubes with mercury filling, and compensation conductor forms. The transformed discharge for highest current peaks, ignition transformer for internal combustion engines, and X-ray irradiation of subjects in mechanical motion are also elaborated. This text likewise covers the transformed capacitor discharge in welding engineering, application of strong magnetic shock fields in nuclear physics, and shock sound by underwater capacitor discharges. Other topics include the shaping metals by electrical explosion shock wave and electro-erosion machining of metals. This volume is recommended for electrical engineering and physics students.Magneto Vitessa LTs = 0.7 gh Ip = 700a€“1500 amp RD = 2a€“6 ohm $CU* = 500a€“ 2000 watt-sec At maximum excitation the device puts out about 55, 000 amp (in short circuit about 110, 000 amp). ... watt-Sec Thermal losses in damping resistance 400 watt-Sec Ohmic losses in transformer and magnet conductor 100 watt-Sec Magnetizing input at the work piece, arbitrarily chosen value 100 watt- Sec Availableanbsp;...

Title:Capacitor Discharges - Magnetohydrodynamics - X-Rays - Ultrasonics
Author:Frank B. A. Früngel
Publisher:Academic Press - 2014-05-12


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