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Title: Pulse charging of capacitors for reduction of voltage stress
Authors: Lee, Sing
Suresh Kumar
Chia, Teck Chee
Serban, Adrian
Springham, Stuart Victor
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Lee, S., Kumar, S., Chia, T. C., Serban, A., & Springham, S. V. (1994). Pulse charging of capacitors for reduction of voltage stress. Review of Scientific Instruments, 65(7), 2408-2409.
Abstract: The advantages of on-demand pulse charging of high-voltage (HV) capacitors are discussed, highlighted by use of the technique to reduce the pulse width of a nitrogen laser to subnanosecond. Pulse charging reduces the HV stress on the capacitor dielectric resulting in a more compact laser reducing the discharge time of the laser strip-line capacitor. The HV pulse for charging is produced by switching a low-voltage capacitor via a step-up coil into the HV strip-line capacitor which is then immediately discharged. The system reduces the on-charge duty cycle to below 0.001.
ISSN: 0034-6748
Other Identifiers: 10.1063/1.1144696
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