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Cold X-ray simulation technology development at Phoenix

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18 Author(s)
E. Nolting ; Carderock Div., Naval Surface Warfare Center, Silver Spring, MD, USA ; L. Miles ; J. Miller ; V. Kenyon
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When operated in its plasma radiation source (PRS) mode, the Phoenix simulator employs a 1.6 MJ marx capacitor bank to drive a nominal 3/8 Ω diode. During its development, both aluminum wire and puff gas (argon and krypton) loads have been tested. To date, radiation outputs of 50 kJ aluminum and 20 kJ argon K-line radiation have been achieved at 65% of maximum energy storage. This paper emphasizes three aspects of the Phoenix PRS: (1) the operation of the fast rise time gas puff valve, (2) measurements of the implosion dynamics, and (3) the development of a solid deuterium debris shield

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Radiation Effects Data Workshop, 1995, NSREC '95 Workshop Record., 1995 IEEE

Date of Conference:

19 Jul 1995