Time development of Čerenkov radation
Neighbours, John Robert
Buskirk, Fred Ramon
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Most developments of Čerenkov radation are in terms of the Fourier components of the fields and power emitted by a single electron. When many electrons in a compact bunch are emitted from an accelerator, the bunch radiates coherently and at a lower frequency than for a single electron. The theory for the time structure of the fields arising from a charge bunch is developed, and it is shown that the source of the radiation is di/dt. Present detector technology should be able to resolve these fields. (Author)
NPS Report NumberNPS-61-84-006
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