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Pulse capacitor is the most common pulse energy storage unit and an important part of pulse power technology.
The pulse power system consists of five parts: primary energy, pulse energy storage unit, pulse forming part, pulse transmission part, and load. It can be seen that the pulse energy storage unit is an important part of the power system.
The pulse capacitor of the pulse energy storage unit is an energy storage device used to increase the power pulse output signal. In the pulse power system, the energy is stored in a relatively slow manner, and then the energy is quickly transferred to the load in a relatively short time in the form of a larger power. Appropriate energy. The primary energy is to slowly charge the pulse energy storage unit to achieve energy storage, and then the pulse capacitor stores energy through the pulse forming part to compress and reshape the pulse in time size to achieve pulse power amplification, and finally the load will obtain a pulse waveform with high peak power.
The pulse capacitors used in the pulse unit include foil capacitors and metallized film capacitors. Foil capacitors are often used in low field strengths and have low energy storage density, while metallized film capacitors are just the opposite. This is also one of the main reasons why pulse energy storage units are widely used.
Pulse capacitor has burst working mode and long-term continuous working mode. Fields that require pulse capacitor bursts include auroral weapons, particle beam weapons, and coded detection of seismic sources. The fields that require pulse capacitors to work continuously for a long time include medical applications, preservation and industrial sewage treatment, and shallow exploration. Therefore, pulse capacitors have a wide range of applications, and they are widely used in military, industrial, medical, and prospecting fields.