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2009 | 115 | 6 | 1167-1169
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Synchronization Study and Introductory Experiment οf Laser-Triggered Surface Flashover in Voltage Pulse

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With the aim of studying the characteristics of laser-triggered surface flashover in voltage pulse, synchronization problem of laser pulse and voltage pulse should be solved. A single/double harmonic, with wavelength λ of 1064/532 nm, Q-switched Nd:YAG laser is used to trigger the surface flashover. The synchronization problem is solved using a self-made digital delay/pulse generator. The delay time and jitter of Marx's trigger input and output, Marx's trigger output and Marx's output, laser input and output are respectively measured. Based on the result of the delay time and the timing sequence of the laser triggering system, the synchronization of laser pulse and voltage pulse is obtained through adjusting the channel delay time of digital delay/pulse generator. In addition, introductory experiment of laser-triggered surface flashover is carried out using the flat electrodes and columned insulators.
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115
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6
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1167-1169
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2009-06
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