Operation of the Longitudinal Shock Wave Ferroelectric Generator Charging a Capacitor Bank: Experiments and Digital Model
Systematic experimental studies and digital modeling of a two-stage, compact, completely explosive pulsed power system based on an explosive-driven ferroelectric generator (FEG) and a capacitor bank were performed. The FEG operation is based on the physical effect of longitudinal (shock wave propagates along the polarization vector P) shock wave depolarization of poled lead zirconate titanate Pb(Zr52Ti48)O₃ polycrystalline material. Experimental data are presented for FEGs containing Pb(Zr 52Ti48)O₃ energy-carrying elements of different dimensions, and capacitor banks of a wide range of capacitances. As a result, the developed digital model correctly predicts pulsed power generation in the system over a wide range of output power, up to 0.3 MW. ©2007 IEEE.
S. I. Shkuratov et al., "Operation of the Longitudinal Shock Wave Ferroelectric Generator Charging a Capacitor Bank: Experiments and Digital Model," PPPS-2007 - Pulsed Power Plasma Science 2007, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 2007.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/PPPS.2007.4652390
PPPS-2007: Pulsed Power and Plasma Science 2007, The 16th IEEE International Pulsed Power Conference and The 34th IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Plasma Science and Applications Committee
Pulsed Power Science and Technology Committee
IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society
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