Life and Work of Rolf Wideröe by © Pedro Waloschek,     => Contents

List of Figures:

01.1: Ragnhild and Rolf Wideröe 1992
01.2: Rolf Wideröe 18 years old
02.1: First sketch of the ray-transformer
02.2: Explanation of the ray-transformer
03.1: Wideröe's working area in Aachen
03.2: The ray-transformer of Aachen
03.3: Test set-up for the ray-transformer
03.4: The linac proposed by Gustav Ising
03.5: Principle of the drift-tubes following Wideröe
03.6: Wideröe's first accelerator tube
03.7: Wideröe in front of a model of his linac
4.01: Sketch of the first cyclotron of Lawrence
04.2: Rests of the first cyclotron of Lawrence
04.3: Different types of resonators
04.4: The iris-loaded wave guide
05.1: Scheme of Wideröe's relay
05.2: A photograph of Wideröe's relay
05.3: Ragnhild Wideröe in the 1930th
05.4: Rolf Wideröe in the 1930th
06.1: Scheme of Slepian's betatron idea
07.1: A drawing of the 15-MeV-betatron in Hamburg
07.2: A photograph of the 15-MeV-betatron in Hamburg
07.3: Pole pieces and field distribution in the betatron
07.4: The vacuum chamber of the Hamburg betatron
07.5: Wolfgang Paul and Rolf Wideröe 1992
08.1: A photograph of the AdA storage ring
08.2: Scheme of the storage rings of O´Neill
10.1: Scheme of a BBC-betatron
10.2: The first BBC-betatron in construction
10.3: Principle of the two-beam betatron
10.4: Betatron used for medical purposes
10.5: Scheme of the stereo two-beam betatron
10.6: Stereo two-beam betatron for material tests
11.1: The `accelerating tube' of the Turin-synchrotron
11.2: Scheme of the Turin-synchrotron
12.1: A view of the tunnel of the CERN-PS
12.2: Start of the DESY synchrotron, with Rolf Wideröe
12.3: Rolf Wideröe and Gus Voss in the HERA-tunnel
13.1: Ionization effects of different radiations
13.2: Surviving cells after irradiation