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2016-07-19
2016-09-30

Abstract

Explosive emission cathodes (EECs) are adopted in relativistic backward wave oscillators (RBWOs) to generate intense relativistic electron beam. The emission uniformity of the EEC can render saturation of the power generation unstable and the output mode impure. However, the direct measurement of the plasma parameters on the cathode surface is quite difficult and there are very few related numerical study reports about this issue. In this paper, a self-developed three-dimensional conformal fully electromagnetic particle in cell code is used to study the effect of emission uniformity on the X-band RBWO; the electron explosive emission model and the field emission model are both implemented in the same cathode surface, and the local field enhancement factor is also considered in the field emission model. The RBWO with a random nonuniform EEC is thoroughly studied using this code; the simulation results reveal that when the area ratio of cathode surface for electron explosive emission is 80%, the output power is unstable and the output mode is impure. When the annular EEC does not emit electron in the angle range of 30°, the RBWO can also operate normally.

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