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Compact autonomous explosive-driven pulsed power system based on a capacitive energy storage charged by a high-voltage shock-wave ferromagnetic generator

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5 Author(s)
Shkuratov, S.I. ; Loki Incorporated, Rolla, Missouri 65409 ; Talantsev, E.F. ; Baird, J. ; Altgilbers, L.L.
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A new concept for constructing compact autonomous pulsed power systems is presented. This concept utilizes a high-voltage explosive-driven shock-wave ferromagnetic generator (FMG) as a charging source for capacitive energy storage. It has been experimentally demonstrated that miniature FMGs (22–25 cm3 in size and 84–95 g in mass) developed for these experiments can be successfully used to charge capacitor banks. The FMGs, containing Nd2Fe14B energy-carrying elements, provided pulsed powers of 35–45 kW in times ranging from 10 to 15 μs. A methodology was developed for digital simulation of the operation of the transverse FMG. Experimental results that were obtained are in a good agreement with the results of digital simulations.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:77 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Jun 2006

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