The inhomogeneous dielectric loading approximation applied in analysis method for helix Slow Wave Structure has been improved for higher accuracy. The compensation of rod dielectric constant approximation by a formula considering the helix dimensions has been proposed. Comparisons with 3D simulator results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach. © 2008 IEEE.

Aloisio, M., Paoloni, C. (2008). SWS improved analysis based on inhomogeneous dielectric loading. In IEEE international vacuum electronics conference, IVEC 2008 (pp.300-301) [10.1109/IVELEC.2008.4556353].

SWS improved analysis based on inhomogeneous dielectric loading

PAOLONI, CLAUDIO
2008-04-01

Abstract

The inhomogeneous dielectric loading approximation applied in analysis method for helix Slow Wave Structure has been improved for higher accuracy. The compensation of rod dielectric constant approximation by a formula considering the helix dimensions has been proposed. Comparisons with 3D simulator results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach. © 2008 IEEE.
IEEE international vacuum electronics conference, IVEC 2008
Monterey, CA
2008
Rilevanza internazionale
contributo
Settore ING-INF/01 - Elettronica
English
Electron sources; Elementary particle sources; Polynomial approximation; Cold parameter; Modeling; Slow Wave Structure; Traveling wave tube; Vacuum electronics; Vacuum technology
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Aloisio, M., Paoloni, C. (2008). SWS improved analysis based on inhomogeneous dielectric loading. In IEEE international vacuum electronics conference, IVEC 2008 (pp.300-301) [10.1109/IVELEC.2008.4556353].
Aloisio, M; Paoloni, C
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