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MAGIC-2D simulations of high efficiency hollow beam klystrons

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MAGIC-2D simulations of high efficiency hollow beam klystrons. / Constable, DA; Burt, Graeme Campbell; Lingwood, Christopher James.

2016. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2016, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Constable, DA, Burt, GC & Lingwood, CJ 2016, 'MAGIC-2D simulations of high efficiency hollow beam klystrons', Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2016, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 18/07/16 - 18/07/16.

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Constable, DA., Burt, G. C., & Lingwood, C. J. (2016). MAGIC-2D simulations of high efficiency hollow beam klystrons. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2016, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Constable DA, Burt GC, Lingwood CJ. MAGIC-2D simulations of high efficiency hollow beam klystrons. 2016. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2016, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Constable, DA ; Burt, Graeme Campbell ; Lingwood, Christopher James. / MAGIC-2D simulations of high efficiency hollow beam klystrons. Paper presented at National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2016, Lancaster, United Kingdom.2 p.

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title = "MAGIC-2D simulations of high efficiency hollow beam klystrons",
abstract = "Results from MAGIC-2D simulations of hollow beam, 800 MHz klystrons, with efficiencies on the order of 85% are presented. Such tubes employ the core oscillation method of electron bunching, which allows for most electrons in the beam to be contained within the bunch at the output cavity. By moving towards hollow beam geometries, the bunch at the output cavity presents a favourable phase and spatial profile for energy extraction, and thus, the overall tube efficiency can be maximised.",
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year = "2016",
month = jul,
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language = "English",
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AU - Constable, DA

AU - Burt, Graeme Campbell

AU - Lingwood, Christopher James

PY - 2016/7/18

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N2 - Results from MAGIC-2D simulations of hollow beam, 800 MHz klystrons, with efficiencies on the order of 85% are presented. Such tubes employ the core oscillation method of electron bunching, which allows for most electrons in the beam to be contained within the bunch at the output cavity. By moving towards hollow beam geometries, the bunch at the output cavity presents a favourable phase and spatial profile for energy extraction, and thus, the overall tube efficiency can be maximised.

AB - Results from MAGIC-2D simulations of hollow beam, 800 MHz klystrons, with efficiencies on the order of 85% are presented. Such tubes employ the core oscillation method of electron bunching, which allows for most electrons in the beam to be contained within the bunch at the output cavity. By moving towards hollow beam geometries, the bunch at the output cavity presents a favourable phase and spatial profile for energy extraction, and thus, the overall tube efficiency can be maximised.

M3 - Conference paper

T2 - National Vacuum Electronics Conference (NVEC) 2016

Y2 - 18 July 2016 through 18 July 2016

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