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PBFA-I and TABLE 111 LIGHTION BEAMIGNITION SYSTEMPARAMETERS" Power on pellet 200 TW 100 TW 3 24 16 Energy on pellet (MJ) Stored energy (MJ) 2 Pulse duration (nsec) Focused power (TW) Bunching factor Focused current (MA) 5-MeV peak 2-MeV peak Min. 5 12 23 6 3 5 2 6 3 4 2 * After Mosher ef at. (1979). 9 PARTICLE BEAM FUSION 43 ANGARA-V are well below these requirements, but should be able to provide answers to the critical questions of physics and accelerator technology for assessing feasibility of particle beam fusion.

D. Laser Oscillator ............................ E. Future W o r k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . References ........................ 48 49 49 53 57 59 60 66 61 61 68 71 75 81 82 The free-electron laser (FEL) is a device, tunable in frequency, that involves the stimulated backscatter of a pump wave from the “free” particles of a relativistic electron beam. In contrast, conventional lasers, which depend upon energy states of bound electrons in an atomic or molecular structure, are characterized by a finite number of discrete fixed frequencies.

A. Gain Formula for Cold Beam ............................ B. Gain Formula for Warm Bea ............................ IV. Experimental Metho ............................ A. Classification. . ................... B . Apparatus and Di ......................... C. Superradiant Experiments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Laser Oscillator ............................ E. Future W o r k . . . . . . .

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