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Current status of plasma emission electronics: II. Hardware

  • A.S. BUGAEV (a1), A.V. VIZIR (a1), V.I. GUSHENETS (a1), A.G. NIKOLAEV (a1), E.M. OKS (a1), G.Yu. YUSHKOV (a1), Yu.A. BURACHEVSKY (a2), V.A. BURDOVITSIN (a2), I.V. OSIPOV (a2) and N.G. REMPE (a2)...

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This paper is devoted to the engineering embodiment of the modern methods for producing charged ion and electron beams by extracting them from the plasma of a discharge. Electron beams use to execute electron-beam welding, annealing, and surface heating of materials and to realize plasmochemical reactions stimulated by fast electrons. Ion beams allow realization of technologies of ion implantation or ion-assisted deposition of coatings thereby opening new prospects for the creation of compounds and alloys by the method that makes it possible to obtain desired parameters and functional properties of the surface. A detailed description is given to the performance and design of devices producing beams of this type: the ion and electron sources being developed at the laboratory of plasma sources of the Institute of High-Current Electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the laboratory of plasma electronics of Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics.

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Address correspondence and reprint requests to: Dr. Alexey G. Nikolaev, High Current Electronics Institute, 4 Akademichesky Ave., 634055 Tomsk, Russia. E-mail: nik@opee.hcei.tsc.ru

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Current status of plasma emission electronics: II. Hardware

  • A.S. BUGAEV (a1), A.V. VIZIR (a1), V.I. GUSHENETS (a1), A.G. NIKOLAEV (a1), E.M. OKS (a1), G.Yu. YUSHKOV (a1), Yu.A. BURACHEVSKY (a2), V.A. BURDOVITSIN (a2), I.V. OSIPOV (a2) and N.G. REMPE (a2)...

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