Enhanced relativistic-electron-beam energy loss in warm dense aluminum

X. Vaisseau, A. Debayle, J. J. Honrubia, S. Hulin, A Morace, Ph. Nicolai, H. Sawada, B. Vauzour, D. Batani, F. N. Beg, J. R. Davies, R Fedosejevs, R. J. Gray, G E Kemp, S Kerr, K Li, A Link, P. McKenna, H S McLean, M Mo & 10 others David Neely, P K Patel, J Park, J Peebles, Y J Rhee, A Sorokovikova, V. T. Tikhonchuk, L. Volpe, M Wei, J. J. Santos

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Abstract

Energy loss of relativistic electron beams in warm-dense aluminum is measured in the regime of ultra-high electron beam current density over 2x10^11 A/cm2 (time-averaged). The samples are heated by shock compression. Comparing to undriven cold-solid ones, the roles of the different initial resistivity and of the transient resistivity (upon target heating during electron transport) are directly highlighted by the experimental data, reproduced by a comprehensive set of simulations, describing the hydrodynamics of the shock compression, and electron beam generation and transport. We measured a 16% increase in electron resistive energy loss in warm-dense compared to cold-solid samples of identical areal mass.
LanguageEnglish
Article number095004
Number of pages6
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Early online date4 Mar 2015
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 4 Mar 2015

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Keywords

  • relativistic electron beams
  • energy loss
  • ultrahigh electron beam

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Vaisseau, X., Debayle, A., Honrubia, J. J., Hulin, S., Morace, A., Nicolai, P., ... Santos, J. J. (2015). Enhanced relativistic-electron-beam energy loss in warm dense aluminum. Physical Review Letters, [095004]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.095004
Vaisseau, X. ; Debayle, A. ; Honrubia, J. J. ; Hulin, S. ; Morace, A ; Nicolai, Ph. ; Sawada, H. ; Vauzour, B. ; Batani, D. ; Beg, F. N. ; Davies, J. R. ; Fedosejevs, R ; Gray, R. J. ; Kemp, G E ; Kerr, S ; Li, K ; Link, A ; McKenna, P. ; McLean, H S ; Mo, M ; Neely, David ; Patel, P K ; Park, J ; Peebles, J ; Rhee, Y J ; Sorokovikova, A ; Tikhonchuk, V. T. ; Volpe, L. ; Wei, M ; Santos, J. J. / Enhanced relativistic-electron-beam energy loss in warm dense aluminum. In: Physical Review Letters. 2015.
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In: Physical Review Letters, 04.03.2015.

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AU - Rhee, Y J

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Vaisseau X, Debayle A, Honrubia JJ, Hulin S, Morace A, Nicolai P et al. Enhanced relativistic-electron-beam energy loss in warm dense aluminum. Physical Review Letters. 2015 Mar 4. 095004. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.095004