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A TB-Mode Accelerator

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An accelerator is proposed in which a TE-mode wave is used to drive charged particles in contrast to the usual linear accelerators in which longitudinal electric fields or TM-mode waves are supposed to be utilized. The principle of the acceleration is based on the Vp × B acceleration of a dynamo force acceleration. That is, a charged particle trapped in a transverse wave feels a constant electric field (Faraday induction field) and subsequently is accelerated when an appropriate magnetic field is externally applied in the direction perpendicular to the wave propagation. A pair of dielectric plates is used to produce a slow TE mode. Discussions will be given on what the conditions of the particle trapping are and how to stabilize the particle orbit.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 2 )