Use of thermal barriers in conceptual studies of high-temperature, high-intensity targets for

Talbert, W.L.; Hodges, T.A.; Hsu, H.-H.; Fikani, M.M.
August 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Aug1997, Vol. 68 Issue 8, p3019
Academic Journal
Describes the use of thermal barriers in conceptual studies of high-temperature, high-intensity targets for producing radioactive ion beams. Basic principle of heat extraction generated internally by the production of beam interactions; Three classes of targets; Thermal barriers approaches appropriate to the combined temperature and heat removal constraints.


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