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  1. Power = 4 MW, repetition rate = 50 Hz, Beam energy = 6 GeV (parabolic distribution) 2 ns long bunches 3 cm x 20 cm Beam radius = Rod radius 3 bunches 5 bunches Peak Von Mises Stress [MPa] Pulse length [s] Results TUNGSTEN target operating at 2000 K Energy deposition from MARS bunch pulse LS-DYNA NB. The bunches are equidistant.

  2. Power = 4 MW, repetition rate = 50 Hz, Beam energy = 6 GeV (parabolic distribution) 2 ns long bunches 3 cm x 20 cm Beam radius = Rod radius Radial characteristic time 3 bunches 5 bunches Peak Von Mises Stress [MPa] Time between successive bunches [s] Results TUNGSTEN target operating at 2000 K Energy deposition from MARS bunch pulse LS-DYNA NB. The bunches are equidistant.

  3. Power = 4 MW, repetition rate = 50 Hz, Beam energy = 6 GeV (parabolic distribution) 2 ns long bunches Beam radius = Rod radius 3 bunches in 3 cm diameter target 5 bunches in 3 cm diameter target 3 bunches in 2 cm diameter target Peak Von Mises Stress [MPa] Pulse length [s] Results TUNGSTEN target operating at 2000 K Energy deposition from MARS bunch pulse LS-DYNA NB. The bunches are equidistant.

  4. Radial characteristic time Power = 4 MW, repetition rate = 50 Hz, Beam energy = 6 GeV (parabolic distribution) 3 bunches (2 ns long) 3 cm x 20 cm Beam radius = Rod radius Peak Von Mises Stress [MPa] Time between successive bunches [s] Longitudinal characteristic time Results TUNGSTEN target operating at 2000 K Energy deposition from MARS LS-DYNA NB. The bunches are equidistant.