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Andrey V Mishin, Russell G Schonberg: CW particle accelerator with low particle injection velocity. Ron Falk & Fish Fish, April 28, 1998: US05744919 (141 worldwide citation)

An RF linear accelerator using CW or low amplitude pulsed RF excitation which can efficiently accelerate charged particles from 0.1 C to relativistic velocities in excess of 0.9 C. A charged particle source feeds charged particles having velocities of about 0.1 C into a first type RF LINAC having a ...


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Andrey V Mishin, William Wade Sapp Jr, Peter Rothschild: Single-pulse-switched multiple energy X-ray source applications. American Science and Engineering, Bromberg & Sunstein, May 26, 2009: US07538325 (19 worldwide citation)

An x-ray inspection system for identifying fissile material includes one or more sources of penetrating radiation that generate first, second, and third instantaneous spectra where the object is exposed to the second only if there is no penetration of the first and the object is exposed to the third ...


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Andrey V Mishin, Aleksandr Y Saverskiy: Pulse-to-Pulse-Switchable Multiple-Energy Linear Accelerators Based on Fast RF Power Switching. American Science And Engineering, Bromberg & Sunstein, September 4, 2008: US20080211431-A1

A method and apparatus for modulating at least one of energy and current of an electron beam in a linac for fast switching of particle beam energy on a time scale comparable with, and shorter than, the interval between linac pulses. Such modulation may be achieved by dividing, in a coupler, a radio- ...


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Andrey V Mishin, William Wade Sapp, Peter Rothschild: Single-Pulse-Switched Multiple Energy X-ray Source Applications. American Science And Engineering, Bromberg & Sunstein, May 15, 2008: US20080111080-A1

An x-ray inspection system for identifying fissile material includes one or more sources of penetrating radiation that generate first, second, and third instantaneous spectra where the object is exposed to the second only if there is no penetration of the first and the object is exposed to the third ...



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