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Pulsed Power Engineer
The Pulsed Power Physics Branch, Plasma Physics Division at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington, DC advances applications driven by pulsed power technologies, relevant to Departments of Defense and Energy. The Pulsed Power Physics Branch is a team of 20+ PhD physicists, engineers, and specialized pulsed power technicians residing within the Plasma Physics Division at NRL in Washington DC. We develop high-energy pulsed power systems employing capacitive and inductive energy storage to generate intense high-power, charged particle beams. Terawatt-class electrical power flow and particle beam diodes rely on the understanding of bulk plasmas and control of surfaces in the systems. We provide some of the Nation’s technological basis for intense pulsed radiation


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