Numerical simulation research of a high-current ion source extraction system for nuclear fusion

Wang, H.S.; Jian, G.D.; Jiang, S.F.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p1067
Academic Journal
Characterizes the beam optics of a high-current ion source extraction system for nuclear fusion research via numerical simulation. Effect of ion source plasma parameters on initial emission conditions; Degradation of beam optical characteristic when ion temperature is increased; Sensitivity of the effect of first-electrode geometry on the beam optics.


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