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Student
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Dmitrii Kopytov
Construction of the High-voltage Transformer to Study the Effects of High-voltage Pulse Effects on Radio Equipment
10
2017
The purpose of this work is to design a resonant high-voltage transformer. This goal is divided into the following subtasks: the development of a control circuit, the topological and electrical calculation of a printed circuit board, the calculation of the design characteristics of a secondary oscillatory circuit, the creation of a control printing unit and oscillatory circuits, the assembly of a resonant transformer, and the removal of the main characteristics of a resonant transformer. To solve these problems, the overwhelming majority of knowledge received during the training period was used.

The thesis is executed on forty one pages, including applications. It consists of an introduction, four chapters and a list of literature consisting of twenty literary sources.

The first chapter of diploma is "Theoretical Introduction", which deals with the theoretical basis of the resonant transformer.

The second chapter is "Development of the printed unit". In this chapter, the tasks of calculating and creating a printed circuit board are solved.

The third chapter is "Assembling the Transformer Design". This chapter presents design calculations and describes the assembly.

The fourth chapter is "Assembling the device and measuring its main characteristics". This chapter describes the final stage of assembling a resonant transformer and presents the results of experiments.

Due to the fact that the device emits electromagnetic energy of high intensity to the surrounding space at the resonance frequency of the secondary oscillatory circuit, it can be used both for testing equipment for electromagnetic compatibility, and for any other studies related to electromagnetic radiation of high tension.

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