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1976) succeeded in actually realizing a relativistic mirror in an experiment that exploited the axial density gradient in the front of an intense relativistic electron beam pulse. Their first experiment demonstrated the conversion of a 3-cm incident wave into an 8-mm backscattered wave with power gain of about 2; and in subsequent studies scattering at 6 mm with a gain of one order of magnitude was achieved due to an increase in the average velocity of the beam front electrons brought about by a steepening of the accelerating voltage rise time (Pasour et a l .

Peak energy deposition rates were > 50 TW/g and target temperatures were observed to be 15-20 eV at the front surface and 7-10 eV at the rear surface of the target foil. The lower rear surface temperature was attributed to radial beam spreading in the foil interior at distances greater than a skin depth. The calculation in Fig. 31 did not take this effect into account. , 1979), values of x in the range of 2-5 for similar beam parameters have been observed. Thus, to date, enhancement of electron energy deposition due to self-magnetic fields and electrostatic reflexing has been observed, but beam power flux levels are well below those required for inertial confinement fusion.

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.

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