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e-Zapper Power & Cooling. Power Measurements (11/7/2006) Power 208V, 3 phase. * All modes also require 1.2kW / 115V AC for vacuum pumps and valves Includes water pump, vacuum pump and low voltage power supply. Includes klystron power supplies, electron gun warm-up and magnets.

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e zapper power cooling

e-Zapper Power & Cooling

Power Measurements(11/7/2006)

Power 208V, 3 phase

  • * All modes also require 1.2kW / 115V AC for vacuum pumps and valves
  • Includes water pump, vacuum pump and low voltage power supply.
  • Includes klystron power supplies, electron gun warm-up and magnets.
  • 180 pps mode, 3 ½ MW peak power.
  • 360 pps mode, 5 ½ MW peak power.

C. Schnappinger & J. Ziegler

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Typical motor-generator for power.

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Water Cooling Measurements(11/7/2006)

Input water temperature = 54o F

Calculation of BTU :

1 gallon = 3.79 liters

1 gal/min = .063 liters/sec

Temp difference = (98o F – 54o F) = 44o F = 24.4o C

1 liter/sec @ (ΔT= 1o C) = 1 kC = 2388 joules = 2.26 BTU

1 BTU = 1055 Joules

C. Schnappinger & J. Ziegler

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