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Grid-free plasma Simulation techniques
A common approach to modeling kinetic problems in plasma physics is to represent the plasma as a set of Lagrangian macro-particles which interact through long-range forces. In the well-knownExpand
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The pasotron: progress in the theory and experiments
Plasma-assisted slow-wave oscillators (pasotrons) are unique sources of microwave radiation, in which the beam propagation in the absence of external magnetic fields is provided by the ion focusingExpand
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Efficient particle Simulation of a virtual cathode using a grid-free treecode Poisson solver
An efficient grid-free numerical method is developed for particle simulations in plasma dynamics. The method relies on a treecode algorithm to solve the Poisson equation for interacting chargedExpand
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Plasma Diffusion Along a Fine Tube Positive Column
The propagation velocity of light emission is observed to be u<sub>p</sub> ~0.92 times10<sup>+5</sup> m/s along a tube of an inner diameter r<sub>o</sub> ~1.5 times10<sup>-3</sup> m with an externalExpand
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Glow discharge in the external electrode fluorescent lamp
From the characteristics of current and voltage, the capacitive coupled external electrode fluorescent lamps are found to be similar to cold cathode fluorescent lamps having the ballast capacitors atExpand
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Effect of electron energy distribution function on the global model for high power microwave breakdown at high pressures
Most volume-averaged global models assume a Maxwellian distribution for the electron energy distribution function (EEDF) in plasma discharges. The electrons, however, are not in the equilibrium inExpand
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Measurement of radial and axial high energy x-ray spectra in electron cyclotron resonance ion source plasmas.
Radial and axial x-ray measurements of electron cyclotron resonance ion sources operating at microwave frequencies of 6.4 and 14 GHz are presented. Results indicate a greater detected photon energyExpand
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Modeling RF Window Breakdown: From Vacuum Multipactor to Volumetric Ionization Discharge
Plasma breakdown at dielectric windows the output of high power microwave systems has become an important challenge with the advent of GW power level sources. In this work, we report a number ofExpand
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EDITORIAL - Power Modulators and Repetitive Pulsed Power
Plasma breakdown at dielectric windows in the output of high power microwave systems has become an important challenge with the advent of GW power level sources. The modeling and simulations haveExpand
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Electromagnetic and 3D Effects in the Multipactor Discharge on a Dielectric
In high-power microwave systems with and without the background gas, the effect of the transverse field structure on the discharge is investigated by comparing the pseudo-3D simulation in TE10 modeExpand
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