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Remote Generation of Intense Pulsed Electric Fields in Water

Abstract : The work will present the most recent phase in the development of a GW-class pulsed power generator intended for medical and biological applications. Based on a Tesla transformer charged Blumlein pulse forming line, the generator output is connected to a bipolar former capable of producing approximately sinusoidal 1 GHz, 600 kV peak-to-peak voltage impulses. The bipolar output feeds an elliptical reflector immersed in water to focus the electromagnetic radiation in a small volume. The design of the overall arrangement will be outlined, together with the best results obtained by the use of a high-frequency bandwidth electro-optic sensor. [no pdf]
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Antoine de Ferron, Bucur Novac, Laurent Pecastaing, Peter Senior, Ivor Smith, et al.. Remote Generation of Intense Pulsed Electric Fields in Water. 21th IEEE Pulsed Power Conference, 2017, Brighton, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-02154246⟩

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