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Microwave Microplasma - new

Plasmas sustained in micro-scale discharge gaps are able to operate at high pressure (1 atm) with high electron number density (10{:sup}20{:/sup} m{:sup}-3{:/sup}) and power density (10{:sup}9{:/sup} W.m{:sup}-3{:/sup}) while maintaining a relatively cool heavy-particle temperature. This model simulates an atmospheric pressure Argon plasma sustained by a time-varying electric excitation in the ...

Atmospheric Pressure Corona Discharge in Air - new

This tutorial model presents a study of a coaxial DC corona discharge in dry air at atmospheric pressure. The dimensions and operation conditions are similar to ones found in electrostatic precipitators with wire-to-plate configurations. The inner wire electrode has a 100-mm radius and the gap between electrodes is 10 cm. The model solves the electron and ion continuity and momentum equations ...

Boltzmann DC Glow Discharge - new

This application models a DC glow discharge. The electron energy distribution function (EEDF) and electron transport properties are computed with the *Boltzmann Equation, Two-Term Approximation* interface. Since input parameters for the *Boltzmann Equation, Two-Term Approximation* interface, like the ionization degree of the plasma, are not known *a priori*, an iterative process is performed. A ...

Chlorine Discharge Global Model - new

Plasma discharges containing chlorine are commonly used to etch semiconductors and metals in microelectronics fabrication. This tutorial model studies chlorine plasma discharges using a global (volume-averaged) diffusion model. These can run simulations in a fraction of the time it would take for space-dependent models. This makes them a good choice to study large reaction sets and extended ...

Neagative Streamer in Nitrogen - new

Streamers are transient filamentary electric discharges that can develop in a nonconducting background in the presence of an intense electric field. These discharges can attain high electron number density and consequently, a high concentration of chemical active species that are relevant for numerous applications. Industrial applications include ozone production, pollution control, and surface ...

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