1 edition of Electric Probes in Stationary and Flowing Plasmas found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Paul M. Chung, Lawrence Talbot, Kenell J. Touryan|
|Series||Applied Physics and Engineering, An International Series -- 11, Applied Physics and Engineering, An International Series -- 11|
|Contributions||Talbot, Lawrence, Touryan, Kenell J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||3642658881, 3642658865|
|ISBN 10||9783642658884, 9783642658860|
REVIEW ARTICLE Electric probes for plasmas: The link between theory and instrument V. I. Demidov, S. V. Ratynskaia, and K. Rypdal Department of Physics, University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway ~Received 18 May ; accepted for publication 7 July ! Electric probe methods for diagnostics of plasmas are reviewed with emphasis on the link File Size: KB. Current collection by positively polarized cylindrical Langmuir probes immersed in flowing plasmas is analyzed using a non-stationary direct Vlasov-Poisson code. A detailed description of plasma density spatial structure as a function of the probe-to-plasma relative velocity U is presented.
The Langmuir probe is a common diagnostic technique in low temperature plasmas (e.g. plasmas with T e a few eV 1) and is used to measure the plasma density, electron temperature and the plasma potential. Typically,a Langmuir probe consists of a bare wire (or metal disk/sphere) that is inserted into a plasma. Tokamak plasma diagnosis by electrical probes G F Matthews JET Joint Undertaking, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 3EA, UK Received 17 March Abstract. 'Ihis paper reviews progress in the understanding and application of electrical probes for the diagnosis of tokamak edge plasmas. Langmuir probes are still one of the.
compare - Electric probes in stationary and flowing plasmas: theory and application (Applied physics and engineering) (Chung, Paul Myung-Ha) ISBN: - Springer-Verlag. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may. International Workshop on Electrical Probes in Magnetized Plasmas will be held in Innsbruck, Austria, from 21 to 23 September IWEP is focused on a wide spectrum of electrostatic probes problems in magnetized and in non-magne-tized plasmas. The IWEP is organized by the Innsbruck Experimental Plas-.
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The electric probe has long been used as a fundamental diagnostic tool for measuring the local properties of a plasma. Since Langmuir first developed the electric-probe technique inprobes have been used to measure electron densities and temperatures in a wide variety of gaseous ionized media, such as electric discharges, afterglows, ionizing shock waves, flames.
The electric probe has long been used as a fundamental diagnostic tool for measuring the local properties of a plasma. Since Langmuir first developed the electric-probe technique inprobes have been used to measure electron densities and temperatures in a wide variety of gaseous ionized media, such as electric discharges, afterglows, ionizing shock waves, flames, Format: Paperback.
Get this from a library. Electric probes in stationary and flowing plasmas: theory and application. [Paul Myung-Ha CHUNG; Kenell J TOURYAN; Lawrence TALBOT].
Electric probes in stationary and flowing plasmas: theory and application. New York, Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Myung-Ha Chung; Lawrence Talbot; K J Touryan.
Continuum electric probes are considered, giving attention to physical considerations, governing equations and boundary conditions, and the collisionless thin sheath case. Special topics discussed are related to probe-surface phenomena, negative ions, strongly ionized plasmas, turbulent plasmas, and electric probes in magnetic fields.
Title: Electric Probes in Stationary and Flowing Plasmas: Part 2. Continuum Probes: Authors: Chunc, P. M.; Talbot, L.; Touryan, K. Publication: AIAA Journal, vol. Electric probe methods for diagnostics of plasmas are reviewed with emphasis on the link between the appropriate probe theories and the instrumental design.
The starting point is an elementary discussion of the working principles and a discussion of the physical quantities that can be measured by the probe method. This is followed by a systematic classification of the Cited by: In this chapter we will consider the response of electric probes operating in the collisionless and transitional regimes in both quiescent and flowing plasmas.
In terms of the domains discussed in Chapter I we are concerned with roughly the region included and above the transitional sheath area demarcated in Fig. 1–2 of Chapter : Paul M. Chung, Lawrence Talbot, Kenell J.
Touryan. Sweeping electrostatic probes in atmospheric pressure arc plasmas - Part II: Temperature determination Article in IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 33(3). The Size Effect of a Langmuir Probe Into Flowing Thermal Plasmas Electric Probes in Stationary and Flowing Plasmas: Theory and Application caused by.
Electric probes can be advantageously applied to the study of nonequilibrium induced in thermal plasmas by the presence of cold boundaries, since the interpretation of experimental data does not require any assumption about the thermodynamic state of the plasma. An experimental setup and procedure are described which allow accurate measurements of the electron temperature Cited by: Electric Probes in Magnetized and Flowing Plasmas.
of course, a basic property of plasmas that their self-shielding allows quasi-neutrality to be violated only over distances of order the Debye length.
The sheath, L. Talbot and K.J. Touryan, Electric Probes in Stationary and Flowing Plasma, Springer, New York (). . Electric probes for low temperature plasmas (AVS monograph series) Paperback – September 1, by David N.
Ruzic (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: David N. Ruzic. Electric Probes in Stationary and Flowing Plasmas: Theory The electric probe has long been used as a fundamental diagnostic tool for measuring the local properties of a plasma.
Since Langmuir first developed the electric-probe technique inprobes have been used to measure electron densities and temperatures in Author: A.
Beck. Electric probes in stationary and flowing plasmas ; theory and application / Paul M. Chung, Lawrence Talbot, Kenell J. Touryan Date: Editeur / Publisher: Berlin:. This paper provides a background for the use of Langmuir and gridded energy analyzer probes in diagnosing plasmas with varied characteristics.
Theory is illustrated which governs the analysis of data from, and the design of these probes. Several probe analysis techniques and some of their typical problems are by: The use of Langmuir or electric probes in collisionless plasmas which are of interest in sputter coating is briefly reviewed.
The analysis of the probe current–voltage characteristic, especially that from double floating probes, to yield the plasma parameters, the electron temperature, and the ionization density, is considered in some detail.
This paper is intended to be of use to the Cited by: probes in flowing or high pressure plasmas, and probes in a magnetic field can be mentioned only summarily. On the other hand, the most widespread use of Langmuir probes at present is in the semiconductor industry, where radiofrequency (rf) sources are used to produce plasmas for etching and deposition.
These partially ion. Planet. Space Sei., VA 25, pp. to Pcrgamon Pra. Printed in Nonhem Ireland THEORY OF INSTANTANEOUS TRIPLE-PROBE METHOD FOR DIRECT-DISPLAY OF PLASMA PARAMETERS IN A LOW DENSITY FLOWING COLLISIONLESS PLASMA JEN-SHIH CHANG Center for Research in Experimental Space Science, York University, Downsview, Cited by: 9.
Jet, Rocket, Nuclear, Ion and Electric Propulsion by W. Loh,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A dipolar double probe has been developed for in’ siru measurements of small electric fields in laboratory plasmas.
The probe measures dc to ac electric fields (OQS 20 MHz) with high sensitivity (Emi”= 10 pV/cm) and responds to both space charge electric fields (E, = - V#P) and inductive electric fields (Ei = - dA/dt).
Electric Probes in Stationary and Flowing Plasmas: Theory The electric probe has long been used as a fundamental diagnostic tool for measuring the local properties of a plasma.
Since Langmuir first developed the electric-probe technique inprobes have been used to measure electron densities and temperatures in Pages: Measurements with electric probes, called Langmuir probes, are the oldest and most often used procedures for low-temperature method was developed by Irving Langmuir and his co-workers in the s, and has since been further developed in order to extend its applicability to more general conditions than those presumed by Langmuir.
Langmuir probe measurements .