TITLE

Experimental investigation of the ribbon-array ablation process

AUTHOR(S)
Li, Zhenghong; Xu, Rongkun; Chu, Yanyun; Yang, Jianlun; Xu, Zeping; Ding, Ning; Ye, Fan; Chen, Faxin; Xue, Feibiao; Ning, Jiamin; Qin, Yi; Meng, Shijian; Hu, Qingyuan; Si, Fenni; Feng, Jinghua; Zhang, Faqiang; Chen, Jinchuan; Li, Linbo; Chen, Dingyang; Zhou, Xiuwen
PUB. DATE
March 2013
SOURCE
Physics of Plasmas;Mar2013, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p032702
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Ablation processes of ribbon-array loads, as well as wire-array loads for comparison, were investigated on Qiangguang-1 accelerator. The ultraviolet framing images indicate that the ribbon-array loads have stable passages of currents, which produce axially uniform ablated plasma. The end-on x-ray framing camera observed the azimuthally modulated distribution of the early ablated ribbon-array plasma and the shrink process of the x-ray radiation region. Magnetic probes measured the total and precursor currents of ribbon-array and wire-array loads, and there exists no evident difference between the precursor currents of the two types of loads. The proportion of the precursor current to the total current is 15% to 20%, and the start time of the precursor current is about 25 ns later than that of the total current. The melting time of the load material is about 16 ns, when the inward drift velocity of the ablated plasma is taken to be 1.5 × 107 cm/s.
ACCESSION #
86447072

 

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