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DISCHARGE CIRCUITS AND LOADS
FIGURE 27: FLASHLAMP LOADS
Containing Xenun or krypton
are typically 5 to 125 us so that switch losses can be
VL t k i : Empirically determined
For small voltage reversals on C and maximum energy transfer into the
lamp in the first current cycle: (say 20% reversal as determined by
the cost for C for a given lifetime)
Then: 1. K *1.3~ (. F
P1 - 450 torr for xenon
P Actual xenon pressure in flashlamp
2. U - C Vol: Energy stored in capacitor.
3. Let t * Pulse width (not FWHM but zero to zero of current).
4. C3 . - - tr 0, U -
5. Check U explosion * 6.8 x 104 ld (LC) -
(T>4OUs) * 3.8 ldJF
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