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Geometrized Theory of Ribbon Relativistic Electron Beams in the φ-Representation

  • V. A. SyrovoiEmail author
ELECTRON AND ION OPTICS

Abstract

The second approximation of the theory of narrow ribbon beams with a curvilinear axis and plane-symmetric flows is formulated. A complete hydrodynamic picture of the flow near the starting surface upon the emission in the \(\rho \)- and T-modes is constructed. The neighborhood of the singular points corresponding to the extrema of the potential at the base tube of current during its nonmonotonic change is studied.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Russian Electrotechnical InstituteMoscowRussia

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