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Physics
Published 2000

DOI:10.1109/27.901201

"High-voltage pulse production using transformer-coupled LC vector inversion generators

Thomas G. Engel, Christian Kaplicki, W. C. Nunnally

Retrieved 06:54, 1 March 2020 (UTC) from https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/High-voltage-pulse-production-using-LC-vector-Engel-Kaplicki/b7bb4d0ef21825015c004bce058f696be7a77e49

The analysis, design, and operation of high-voltage, transformer-coupled LC vector inversion generators are presented and discussed. The transformer-coupled LC inversion generator is easy to construct and, compared with Marx-type generators and conventional LC vector inversion generators, requires only one inversion switch, independent of the number of voltage multiplication stages. The transformer-coupled LC generator, therefore, satisfies a niche area need for some high-voltage pulse applications. The primary factor that limits the performance of the transformer-coupled LC generator is magnetic saturation in the transformer core. This investigation develops theoretical scaling relationships for magnetic saturation in the transformer core and other performance-limiting factors. The results of transformer-coupled LC vector inversion generator numerical simulations are also compared with theoretical results."

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