Beam Tube

Beam Tube

 

a radio receiving tube in which a special design and arrangement of the electrodes are used to focus a continuous stream of electrons into a narrow beam. Tubes of this type include beam tetrodes, rod-grid tubes, and converter tubes.

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He had previously worked as a Machinist for ATF Davidson in Northbridge, and as a Machinist/Glass Blower for Beam Tube Corp.
The load cell shear beams provide superior moisture contamination resistance by applying the sensors to the inside of the beam tube.
The clock contains a cesium beam tube and digital electronics.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Beam Tube Outer Gate Assemblies And Spare Components As Per Purchasers Tender Document.
Sanders, Deputy Director of LIGO at Caltech, expressed praise and appreciation for the contributions by Chicago Bridge & Iron in the successful construction and testing of the LIGO Project beam tube modules.
The scope of the contract is to design, manufacture, supply, deliver, install and commission a quantity of safety walls, doors, chicanes, beam tube shielding and panels for the purpose of providing radiation shielding to personnel and equipment external to the hutches.
CB&I was responsible for fabrication, erection and leak testing of the stainless steel vacuum beam tube modules at the two LIGO facilities in Livingston, La.
At ANKA buying a new one beam tube for spectroscopy in the soft and medium X-ray range is planned.
HZB is planning the construction of the Energy Materials In-situ Laboratory Berlin (EMIL) at the synchrotron light source BESSY II to RE[micro]ntgenspektroskopischen investigation of photovoltaic and photocatalytic materials, a 65 m long beam tube system on a segment of BESSY II arise, the means of plane grating and Kristallmonochromatorern will cover the photon energy range 80-10000 eV.
However, only the Institute of Nuclear Physics makes the beam tubes.
Manufacturing of the beam tubes is expected to be completed in Q2 2001.
Beam tubes will carry thermal and cold neutrons to a suite of instruments located both inside and outside the reactor containment building.