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A 1-MW, 1-mm continuous-wave FELtron for toroidal plasma heating

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3 Author(s)
I. Boscolo ; Dept. of Fisica, Sezione Fisica Teorica Applicata, Milan, Italy ; F. Giuliani ; M. Valentini

A powerful, continuous-wave millimeter radiation source is presented. An electrostatic Cockcroft-Walton accelerator (2.5 MV) drives an FEL (free-electron laser) of 1 MW power. The accelerator has a new design in order to obtain a very powerful (50 MW) electron beam and very small ripple. A recovery system is used to increase RF power and efficiency. The FEL oscillator is 1.5-m long, with a permanent magnet helical wiggler. The cavity is equipped with Bragg mirrors. The FEL is set at the high voltage terminal

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 3 )