Bluhm, Hansjoachim.

Pulsed Power Systems Principles and Applications / [electronic resource] : by Hansjoachim Bluhm. - Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006. - XV, 326 p. 222 illus. With CD-ROM. online resource. - Power Systems, 1612-1287 . - Power Systems, .

The Essence of Pulsed Power -- Static and Dynamic Breakdown Strength of Dielectric Materials -- Energy Storage -- Switches -- Pulse-Forming Networks -- Pulse Transmission and Transformation -- Power and Voltage Adding -- Examples of Pulsed-Power Generators -- Diagnostics -- Applications of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields -- Intense Radiation Sources -- Pulsed Discharges Through Solid and Liquid Dielectrics.

Pulsed-Power Systems describes the physical and technical foundations for the production and application of high-voltage pulses of very high-power and high-energy character. In the initial chapters, it addresses materials, components and the most common diagnostics. In the second part, three categories of applications with scientific and industrial relevance are detailed: production of strong pulsed electric and magnetic fields, intense radiation sources and pulsed electric (plasma) discharges.


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Mathematical physics.
Engineering design.
Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation.
Engineering Design.
Physics and Applied Physics in Engineering.
Mathematical and Computational Physics.

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