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Cockcroft-Walton generator - a similar circuit which has the same "ladder" structure.
The first stage in the acceleration process takes place in the Cockcroft-Walton generator.
These are mostly used for generating high voltages at low currents (Cockcroft-Walton generator).
He also installed a Cockcroft-Walton generator, which he had brought with him from Urbana.
There is also a full-wave version of the Cockcroft-Walton generator which uses a double anti-ladder topology.
Other examples are the Cockcroft-Walton generator and the Van de Graaf generator.
A 750 keV electrostatic field is applied by the Cockcroft-Walton generator, and the ions are accelerated out of the container.
Anti-ladder topology finds an application in voltage multiplier circuits, in particular the Cockcroft-Walton generator.
The "linac" is in turn fed by particles accelerated to intermediate energy by a simple high voltage power supply, typically a Cockcroft-Walton generator.
One of the secondary windings on the flyback transformer then feeds this brief high voltage pulse to a Cockcroft-Walton generator design voltage multiplier.
Another example is the Cockcroft-Walton generator, which can also experience cascade failures wherein one failed diode can result in all the diodes failing in a fraction of a second.
Corona rings are often seen on van de Graaf generators, electrical insulators, Cockcroft-Walton generators, particle accelerators, Lightning Arresters, high voltage bushing terminals, and other high voltage equipment.
The pre-acceleration can be realized by a chain of other accelerator structures like a linac, a microtron or another synchrotron; all of these in turn need to be fed by a particle source comprising a simple high voltage power supply, typically a Cockcroft-Walton generator.
DC accelerator types capable of accelerating particles to speeds sufficient to cause nuclear reactions are Cockcroft-Walton generators or voltage multipliers, which convert AC to high voltage DC, or Van de Graaff generators that use static electricity carried by belts.