強力X線発生装置の変遷 [in Japanese] History of Advancement on High Power X-Ray Generators [in Japanese]
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It is described about the history of advancement on high power X-ray generators with rotating anode, mainly on the vacuum sealing around rotating axis. An useful high power X-ray generator was invented by CLAY in 1934. His generator had the following data on the performance, power: nearly 5 kW (30 kV-150 mA), working time: 1000 hours for two years. Since then many improvements on high power X-ray generators have been tried by many engineers. The most useful type on today has the following data on the performance, power: 90 kW (60-kV 1500 mA), working time: 3000 hours effectively.
X-RAYS 40(4), 279-283, 1998-08-28
The Crystallographic Society of Japan