Plasma and Fusion Research
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Input Energy Control Using Electron Beam Diode as Impedance Controller to Study Warm Dense Matter by Pulsed Power Discharge with Isochoric Heating
Tomoaki ITORyota HAYASHITomoki ISHITANIMd. Shahed-Uz-ZAMANKenji KASHINEKazumasa TAKAHASHIToru SASAKITakashi KIKUCHINob. HARADAWeihua JIANGAkira TOKUCHI
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2017 Volume 12 Pages 1204024

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The characteristics of input energy control with an intense pulsed power device was investigated to explore the properties of warm dense matter in an implosion time scale of inertial confinement fusion. An electron beam diode, which served as an impedance controller and could suppress the prepulse, was placed on the output terminal of the intense pulsed power device. The anode (output) current was regulated by changing the gap distance of the electron beam diode. The input energy into the dummy load representing the sample was controlled with the electron beam diode.

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