The interaction of electrons with a microwave field.
Read Online
Share

The interaction of electrons with a microwave field. by Allan Walter Love

  • 133 Want to read
  • ·
  • 3 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English


Book details:

Edition Notes

Thesis (PhD) - University of Toronto, 1951.

The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21448225M

Download The interaction of electrons with a microwave field.

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

This book discusses as well the basic operational principles of the various microwave electron devices. The final chapter deals with microwave devices with resonator or delay line circuits. This book is a valuable resource for light electrical engineers. Students specializing in the microwave field will also find this book useful. Nonlinear Electron-Wave Interaction Phenomena explores the interaction between drifting streams of charged particles and propagating electromagnetic waves. Of particular concern are the situations in which the wave amplitude is large and there is strong coupling between the charged fluid and the wave. This is an attempt to present an overview of currently performed experiments that investigate some fundamental aspects of the interaction of electrons with intense electromagnetic fields (laser and microwave). The electrons are free or in a continuum state of the atom or judybwolfman.com by: 1. This book focuses on a fundamental feature of vacuum electronics: the strong interaction of the physics of electron beams and vacuum microwave electronics, including millimeter-wave electronics. The author guides readers from the roots of classical vacuum electronics to the most recent achievements in the field. Special attention is devoted to the physics and theory of relativistic beams and.

The Interaction of Microwaves with Materials of Different Properties in which ћω is the energy of a quantum of the microwave field and the right side gβH 0 is the magnetic energy in the cavity in order to expose its free electrons to the microwave electric field in the cavity. Induced currents in the conductor, of the same frequency Cited by: 1. notes Interactions of electrons with an electromagnetic field. We will use Gaussian units, then the electric and magnetic fields satisfy Maxwell equations. In terms of potentials and, the Schrodinger equation for the interaction of an electron with charge -e and mass with the EM field is . the interaction energy between the electrons from the adjacent atoms in fcc and bcc lattices and we have found that the minimum interaction energy is attained for the triplet state. Key words: ferromagnetism, electron-electron interaction, magnetic moment. 1. INTRODUCTION An important problem is that of the origin of judybwolfman.com by: 1. Magnetrons are basically devices that utilize the interaction of electrons that are guided by the magnetic field. The magnetic fields with cavities within the blocks of copper are to produce microwave radiation. The range of frequency of the radiation is highly dependent on the cavity size.

The collisionless production of fast electrons in the interaction of 3-cm microwave pulses with a very inhomogeneous plasma has been studied experimentally. Under the experimental conditions, the following relations hold: V/sub E//V/sub T/e=/sup -3/, eta/sub Max/=2n/sub c/, delnEnot =0, and n. Typically the mode used would be , i.e. the electic field is directed along the length of the box (the particle direction of travel) and it's the lowest resonance. In my diagram the field gets more negative at upwards displacement i.e. a positive gradient of the red curve indicates a negative field gradient. As for now, microwave sources with Cherenkov’s interaction have allowed to reach the maximum levels of peak capacity ∼3 GW in the 3-cm range of wavelength and more than 5 GW in the 8-cm range at a pulse duration of 1–10 nanoseconds including the generation of ultrashort pulses of electromagnetic radiation (the effect of superradiation Author: Gennadiy Churyumov, Jinghui Qiu, Nannan Wang. The magnetic field takes part in the interaction in a magnetron of M-type, unlike in a TWT of O-type where the magnetic field is used to confine or focus the electron beam. Further, relativistic types of MWTs also exist, such as the relativistic TWT and the relativistic magnetron to deliver high powers.