Investigation of the High Pressure Regimes Effects on the Neutron Production in Plasma Focus
Journal of Fusion Energy
Effects of high pressure regimes on the thermal mechanism of neutron yield and anisotropy factor with respect to the capacitor bank energy are presented by using moving boiler model. It is found that at high pressures, the thermal fusion reactions have a considerable effect on the neutron yield and anisotropy factor. We have compared the manner of the anisotropy in two low and high pressure discharges to investigate different behavior of the anisotropy factor as a function of bank energy in the difference working regimes of pressure for Dena PF.
Talaei, A., & Sadat Kiai, S. M. (2009). Investigation of the High Pressure Regimes Effects on the Neutron Production in Plasma Focus. Journal of Fusion Energy, 28(3), 235–239. doi:10.1007/s10894-009-9196-z