This book explores the technological advances that have flowed from the major leap in our fundamental understanding of the subject. Following on from the Editor's earlier book High Voltage Vacuum Insulation: The Physical Basis (Academic Press London/NY 1981) this text provides a modern 'working manual' which concentrates on the practical aspects and applications with contributions from internationally-recognised experts in the field.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : R.V. Latham, Introduction. Part I-Basic Concepts: The Pure Vacuum Gap: R.V. Latham, The Operational Characteristics of Practical HV Gaps. R.V. Latham, Diagnostic Studies of Prebreakdown Electron Pin-Holes. N.S. Xu, The Physical Origin of Prebreakdown Electron Pin-Holes. N.S. Xu and R.V. Latham, Electron Emission Based Breakdown Mechanisms. R.V. Latham, The Point-Plane Field Emitting Diode. R.V. Latham, Microparticle Phenomena. The Bridged Vacuum Gap: H.C. Miller, High Voltage Performance Characteristics of Solid Insulators in Vacuum. G. Blaise and C. Le Gressus, Charge Trapping-Detrapping Processes and Related Breakdown Phenomena. Part II-TechnologicalPractice: A. Maitland, Pulsed Power. A.J. Durand and A.M. Schroff, High Voltage Breakdown in the Electron Gun of Linear Microwave Tubes. H. Padamsee, RF Superconducting Accelerating Cavities. M.F. Rose, HV Insulation in Space-based Device Applications. B. Mazurek, High Voltage Vacuum Insulation at Cryogenic Temperatures. B. GA. Juttner, Vacuum Arc Initiation an
- Data Publicarii : 05 Apr 1995
- Format : Hardback
- Numar pagini : 568
- ISBN : 9780124371750