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Opis: High Power Microwaves - Edl Schamiloglu, John Swegle, James Benford

Following in the footsteps of its popular predecessors, High Power Microwaves, Third Edition continues to provide a wide-angle, integrated view of the field of high power microwaves (HPMs). This third edition includes significant updates in every chapter as well as a new chapter on beamless systems that covers nonlinear transmission lines. Written by an experimentalist, a theorist, and an applied theorist, respectively, the book offers complementary perspectives on different source types. The authors address: * How HPM relates historically and technically to the conventional microwave field * The possible applications for HPM and the key criteria that HPM devices have to meet in order to be applied * How high power sources work, including their performance capabilities and limitations * The broad fundamental issues to be addressed in the future for a wide variety of source types The book is accessible to several audiences. Researchers currently in the field can widen their understanding of HPM. Present or potential users of microwaves will discover the advantages of the dramatically higher power levels that are being made available. Newcomers to the field can pursue further research. Decision makers in direct energy acquisition and related fields, such as radar, communications, and high energy physics, can see how developments in HPM will affect them. "This book's comprehensive coverage of different sources and applications provides an excellent textbook for students as well as a reference for experienced practitioners in the field of high power microwaves." -Ronald M. Gilgenbach, Department Chair and Collegiate Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor "Congratulations to the authors who have kept up with the ever-advancing research in high power microwaves (HPMs). This new edition has expanded chapters pretty much across the board, and the addition of NLTLs to the fold is greatly appreciated. Already a classic in the HPM field, the current edition keeps its high standard and is useful for graduate teaching as well as a general reference for the HPM designer/researcher." -Dr. Andreas A. Neuber, AT&T Professor ECE and P.W. Horn Professor ECE, Texas Tech University "I strongly endorse the third edition of High Power Microwaves by J. Benford, J. Swegle, and E. Schamiloglu. The first edition of this book appeared in 1992 and the second one in 2007. These books are quite unique in the sense that they combine a reasonably extensive description of high power microwave (HPM) sources (their physical principles, technical accomplishments, and trends) with detailed explanation of various applications of these sources. Special attention is paid to HPM systems and the components that should be added to the sources for systems' reliable and successful operation. This unified, coherent presentation of everything from the fundamentals to the latest developments makes these books extremely useful for everyone working in the field of HPMs. The third edition updates this integrated description of the broad technical area of HPMs to 2015, just filling the gap of the decade after the second edition; the additional material, in particular, describes the increasing activity in Asia. Anyone wishing to educate or update understanding of HPM sources and systems should have this book on the desk." -Gregory Nusinovich, University of Maryland "A comprehensive tour-de-force of high power microwave (HPM) physical principles and affiliated technologies. With the updates in this latest edition, it remains accurate in describing historical evolution and the latest and greatest developments in the field. It sets the gold standard for HPM references by meeting both instruction and research resource needs. This must-have book should be the first place to consult (and in many cases that will be enough) to get up to speed on what is known in HPM generation." -John H. Booske, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor, and Department Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-MadisonIntroduction Origins of HPM HPM Operating Regimes Future Directions in HPM Further Reading Designing High Power Microwave Systems Systems Approach to High Power Microwaves Looking at Systems Linking Components into a System Systems Issues Scoping an Advanced System Conclusion High Power Microwave Applications Introduction HPM Weapons High-Power Radar Power Beaming Space Propulsion Plasma Heating Particle Accelerators Microwave Fundamentals Introduction Basic Concepts in Electromagnetics Waveguides Periodic Slow-Wave Structures Cavities Intense Relativistic Electron Beams Rotating Magnetically Insulated Electron Layers Microwave-Generating Interactions Amplifiers and Oscillators, High- and Low-Current Operating Regimes Phase and Frequency Control Multispectral Sources Summary Enabling Technologies Introduction Pulsed Power Electron Beam Generation and Propagation Microwave Pulse Compression Antennas and Propagation Diagnostics Computational Techniques HPM Facilities Further Reading Beamless Systems Introduction UWB Systems Nonlinear Transmission Lines Conclusion Relativistic Magnetrons and MILOs Introduction History Design Principles Operational Features Research and Development Issues Fundamental Limitations MILOs Crossed-Field Amplifiers Summary BWOs, MWCGs, and O-Type Cerenkov Devices Introduction History Design Principles Operational Features Research and Development Issues Fundamental Limitations Summary Klystrons and Reltrons Introduction History Design Principles Operational Features Research and Development Issues Fundamental Limitations Summary Vircators Introduction Vircator History Vircator Design Principles Operational Features Double-Anode Vircators Cavity Vircators Feedback Vircators Coaxial Vircators Phase Locking Vircators Applications and Limitations of Vircators Gyrotrons, Electron Cyclotron Masers, and Free-Electron Lasers Introduction Gyrotrons and ECMs Free-Electron Lasers Summary Problems and References appear at the end of each chapter.


Szczegóły: High Power Microwaves - Edl Schamiloglu, John Swegle, James Benford

Tytuł: High Power Microwaves
Autor: Edl Schamiloglu, John Swegle, James Benford
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482260595
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 470
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.43 kg


Recenzje: High Power Microwaves - Edl Schamiloglu, John Swegle, James Benford

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  • Producent: Apple
  • Oprawa: Twarda

Following in the footsteps of its popular predecessors, High Power Microwaves, Third Edition continues to provide a wide-angle, integrated view of the field of high power microwaves (HPMs). This third edition includes significant updates in every chapter as well as a new chapter on beamless systems that covers nonlinear transmission lines. Written by an experimentalist, a theorist, and an applied theorist, respectively, the book offers complementary perspectives on different source types. The authors address: * How HPM relates historically and technically to the conventional microwave field * The possible applications for HPM and the key criteria that HPM devices have to meet in order to be applied * How high power sources work, including their performance capabilities and limitations * The broad fundamental issues to be addressed in the future for a wide variety of source types The book is accessible to several audiences. Researchers currently in the field can widen their understanding of HPM. Present or potential users of microwaves will discover the advantages of the dramatically higher power levels that are being made available. Newcomers to the field can pursue further research. Decision makers in direct energy acquisition and related fields, such as radar, communications, and high energy physics, can see how developments in HPM will affect them. "This book's comprehensive coverage of different sources and applications provides an excellent textbook for students as well as a reference for experienced practitioners in the field of high power microwaves." -Ronald M. Gilgenbach, Department Chair and Collegiate Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor "Congratulations to the authors who have kept up with the ever-advancing research in high power microwaves (HPMs). This new edition has expanded chapters pretty much across the board, and the addition of NLTLs to the fold is greatly appreciated. Already a classic in the HPM field, the current edition keeps its high standard and is useful for graduate teaching as well as a general reference for the HPM designer/researcher." -Dr. Andreas A. Neuber, AT&T Professor ECE and P.W. Horn Professor ECE, Texas Tech University "I strongly endorse the third edition of High Power Microwaves by J. Benford, J. Swegle, and E. Schamiloglu. The first edition of this book appeared in 1992 and the second one in 2007. These books are quite unique in the sense that they combine a reasonably extensive description of high power microwave (HPM) sources (their physical principles, technical accomplishments, and trends) with detailed explanation of various applications of these sources. Special attention is paid to HPM systems and the components that should be added to the sources for systems' reliable and successful operation. This unified, coherent presentation of everything from the fundamentals to the latest developments makes these books extremely useful for everyone working in the field of HPMs. The third edition updates this integrated description of the broad technical area of HPMs to 2015, just filling the gap of the decade after the second edition; the additional material, in particular, describes the increasing activity in Asia. Anyone wishing to educate or update understanding of HPM sources and systems should have this book on the desk." -Gregory Nusinovich, University of Maryland "A comprehensive tour-de-force of high power microwave (HPM) physical principles and affiliated technologies. With the updates in this latest edition, it remains accurate in describing historical evolution and the latest and greatest developments in the field. It sets the gold standard for HPM references by meeting both instruction and research resource needs. This must-have book should be the first place to consult (and in many cases that will be enough) to get up to speed on what is known in HPM generation." -John H. Booske, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor, and Department Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-MadisonIntroduction Origins of HPM HPM Operating Regimes Future Directions in HPM Further Reading Designing High Power Microwave Systems Systems Approach to High Power Microwaves Looking at Systems Linking Components into a System Systems Issues Scoping an Advanced System Conclusion High Power Microwave Applications Introduction HPM Weapons High-Power Radar Power Beaming Space Propulsion Plasma Heating Particle Accelerators Microwave Fundamentals Introduction Basic Concepts in Electromagnetics Waveguides Periodic Slow-Wave Structures Cavities Intense Relativistic Electron Beams Rotating Magnetically Insulated Electron Layers Microwave-Generating Interactions Amplifiers and Oscillators, High- and Low-Current Operating Regimes Phase and Frequency Control Multispectral Sources Summary Enabling Technologies Introduction Pulsed Power Electron Beam Generation and Propagation Microwave Pulse Compression Antennas and Propagation Diagnostics Computational Techniques HPM Facilities Further Reading Beamless Systems Introduction UWB Systems Nonlinear Transmission Lines Conclusion Relativistic Magnetrons and MILOs Introduction History Design Principles Operational Features Research and Development Issues Fundamental Limitations MILOs Crossed-Field Amplifiers Summary BWOs, MWCGs, and O-Type Cerenkov Devices Introduction History Design Principles Operational Features Research and Development Issues Fundamental Limitations Summary Klystrons and Reltrons Introduction History Design Principles Operational Features Research and Development Issues Fundamental Limitations Summary Vircators Introduction Vircator History Vircator Design Principles Operational Features Double-Anode Vircators Cavity Vircators Feedback Vircators Coaxial Vircators Phase Locking Vircators Applications and Limitations of Vircators Gyrotrons, Electron Cyclotron Masers, and Free-Electron Lasers Introduction Gyrotrons and ECMs Free-Electron Lasers Summary Problems and References appear at the end of each chapter.

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Szczegóły: High Power Microwaves - Edl Schamiloglu, John Swegle, James Benford

Tytuł: High Power Microwaves
Autor: Edl Schamiloglu, John Swegle, James Benford
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482260595
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 470
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.43 kg


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