A particle accelerator in a small size (miniature).
The betatron is a cyclic induction accelerator of particles – electrons. Betatron SEA-7 is the smallest and most powerful particle accelerator and is used in industry to control the strength of welding or casting, as well as in inspection systems.
The betatron is a cyclic induction accelerator of particles – electrons, where the energy of the particles increases due to the vortex electric field generated by a changing magnetic flux penetrating the orbit of the particles.
The Small Size betatron Electron Accelerator, or abbreviated SEA-7, is the smallest and most powerful particle accelerator. The device requires energy to 7 MeV. The radiation power of the betatron SEA energy 7 MeV x-ray is 10 meter per minute, which allows to create x-rays that can “Shine through” steel thickness up to 40 cm.
The power increase affects the speed control of the objects: the greater the power of the radiation unit, the more units he will be able to control within a certain period.
In addition, the unit power SEA-7 weighs about 30 kg, which makes the device more mobile and easier to handle.
– high power at small sizes,
– compact size, portability and light weight.
They are used in industry to control the strength of welding or casting, as well as in inspection systems. IDK on the basis of betatrons are used by border and customs services at airports in the inspection of large vehicles. They can be used to test very large loads, even entire trucks, and to detect drugs and explosives.
Note: the description of technology by the example of the betatron SEA-7.