Preprint IBR-EP-39 of 8-15-06 revised 9-12-06, final version 12-25-06
submitted for publication to EuroPhysics Letters
A picture of the author with the set up used for the first series of tests, including: the AC-DC converter manufactured by Miller Electric model Dynasty 250; Klystron I; and the hydrogen tank. This set up was used for most of the tests in different configurations and with different Miller welders in different AC or DC modes.
A view of the set up used for the second series of tests including: the familiar Whimshurst electrostatic
generator; Klystron II in the rear; and the connection to the commercial grade
hydrogen tank in the left.
The impletion due to air contamination occurred inside the klystron and produced the largest sequence of
sole neutron alarms by the Polimaster detector PM1703GN reported below.
A view of the set up used for the third series of tests including: the Miller Dynasty 700;
the high pressure Klystron III; and technician Michael Rodriguez. Tests had to be terminated because of excessive
detections when hydrogen was at 100 psi.
A view of the photon-neutron detector SAM 935 by Berkeley Nucleonics
with computer memory of all scans partially reproduced below.
A view of the BF3 activated detector 12-4 by Ludlum Measurements, Inc.
used to confirm the scans by the preceding detectors
A view if another set up used for the third series of tests including from right to
left: the hydrogen tank; the Miller Dynasty 250; Klystron I; BF3 activated detector 12-4 by Ludlum
Measurements, Inc.; the author with the author with the metal tubing used to impact the klystron in the
absence of detections; and in the forefront detector PM1703GN by Polimaster, Inc.
and detector 907 palmRAD by Berkeley Nucleonics.
A view of one of set ups used for the first series of tests showing detector SAM 934 attached to
Klystron I three days following the tests to assure absence of atomic excitation,
yet detecting signioficant radiations whose scans are
reproduced below. Note that in general detector SAM 935 was placed in the vicinity of the klystron and not attached to
it as shown in this picture.
Samples of the Test Reports prepared by technician Terry Allen
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