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Results of Russian/US high-performance DEMG experiment

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24 Author(s)
Buyko, A.M. ; All-Russia Sci. Res. Inst. of Exp. Phys., Nizhni Novgorod, Russia ; Bidylo, N.P. ; Chernyshev, V.K. ; Demidov, V.A.
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In November 1992, the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics (VNIIEF), Arzamas-16, Russia and the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos NM, USA embarked on a historic effort to conduct a joint explosive pulse-power experiment. With the concurrence of the Ministry of Atomic Energy (Russia) and the Department of Energy (US), the two laboratories entered into a laboratory-to-laboratory collaboration in the areas of very high-energy pulse power and ultrahigh magnetic fields in order to explore problems of mutual scientific interest. The first experiment to be planned was an explosively powered, fast, high-current pulse-power system demonstration. The experiment used a flux compressor, inductive store, and high-current opening switch to demonstrate the feasibility of supplying many megajoules of electrical energy, on microsecond time scales, to high-energy density physics experiments. The experiment was conducted in Arzamas-16 on September 22, 1993

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Apr 1997

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