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Numerical design of high efficiency klystrons using core oscillation bunching

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Numerical design of high efficiency klystrons using core oscillation bunching. / Constable, David; Lingwood, Christopher James; Burt, Graeme Campbell.

2015. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2015, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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Constable, D, Lingwood, CJ & Burt, GC 2015, 'Numerical design of high efficiency klystrons using core oscillation bunching', Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2015, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 18/11/15 - 18/11/15.

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Constable, D., Lingwood, C. J., & Burt, G. C. (2015). Numerical design of high efficiency klystrons using core oscillation bunching. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2015, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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Constable D, Lingwood CJ, Burt GC. Numerical design of high efficiency klystrons using core oscillation bunching. 2015. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2015, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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Constable, David ; Lingwood, Christopher James ; Burt, Graeme Campbell. / Numerical design of high efficiency klystrons using core oscillation bunching. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2015, Glasgow, United Kingdom.2 p.

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title = "Numerical design of high efficiency klystrons using core oscillation bunching",
abstract = "1-D and 2-D numerical simulations of 800 MHz klystrons with efficiencies approaching 90% are presented. While traditional klystrons employ monotonic electron bunching along their lengths, the core oscillation method allows for an improved bunch shape at the output cavity, facilitating maximum energy extraction. The core oscillation bunching scheme proves an attractive method for attaining high efficiency operation in klystrons, which can be used to reduce the power consumption of future particle accelerators.",
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N2 - 1-D and 2-D numerical simulations of 800 MHz klystrons with efficiencies approaching 90% are presented. While traditional klystrons employ monotonic electron bunching along their lengths, the core oscillation method allows for an improved bunch shape at the output cavity, facilitating maximum energy extraction. The core oscillation bunching scheme proves an attractive method for attaining high efficiency operation in klystrons, which can be used to reduce the power consumption of future particle accelerators.

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