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Electrical Engineering, Measurement and Control Technology
Design considerations and experimental results are described for a charge exchange neutral particle mass and energy analyzer for JT-60, which analyzes H, D, and He simultaneously up to a maximum energy of 110 keV. The analyzer has separately a 180° deflection magnet for momentum analysis and an electrostatic deflector for mass analysis. The way to control the effect of the electric fringe fields in order to expand the detectable energy range is studied by numerical simulation. The deflector is then designed, made of two triangular plates and three additional electrodes for the control of the fringe fields. The effect of the deflector is demonstrated experimentally. Energy and mass resolution and the relation between the incident ion energy and the magnetic field strength are measured. The results of the calibration experiments agree with the designed value.
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