|Mar23-08, 11:03 AM||#1|
An X-ray tube operating at 65kV has a tube current of 120mA. The tube produces X-ray with an efficiency of 0.8%
calculate the rate of heat production in the anode
rate = ?
I really dont get this question, anyone?
|Mar23-08, 12:49 PM||#2|
oH come on....someone knows the answer, or at least guide me! its bugging me not knowing.
|Mar23-08, 02:51 PM||#3|
If X-rays are only 0.8% of the energy (0.008), then 0.992 of the energy/power goes into heating the anode.
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