E-field measurement of a pulse line ion accelerator

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WANG Bo, ZENG Rong, NIU Ben, SHEN Xiao-Li, SHEN Xiao-Kang, CAO Shu-Chun and ZHANG Zi-Min. E-field measurement of a pulse line ion accelerator[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(7): 077003. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/7/077003
WANG Bo, ZENG Rong, NIU Ben, SHEN Xiao-Li, SHEN Xiao-Kang, CAO Shu-Chun and ZHANG Zi-Min. E-field measurement of a pulse line ion accelerator[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(7): 077003.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/7/077003 shu
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E-field measurement of a pulse line ion accelerator

    Corresponding author: ZENG Rong,

Abstract: The E-field of pulse line ion accelerator (PLIA) is unique with high frequency (~ MHz), large magnitude (~ MV/m), and limited measuring space (~ cm). The integrated optical E-field sensor (IOES) has remarkable advantages and has been used for PLIA E-field measurement. Firstly, the transfer function of the IOES has been calibrated to ensure measurement accuracy. The time-domain response illustrates that the sensor has a fast dynamic performance to effectively follow a 4 ns rising edge. Then, the E-field distribution along the axis and near the insulator surface of the PLIA was measured, showing that propagation of the E-field is almost lossless and the E-field near the insulation surface is about 1.1 times larger than that along the axis, which is in accordance with the simulation result.

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