By Sudeep Bhattacharjee
Recent learn has introduced the appliance of microwaves from the classical fields of heating, conversation, and iteration of plasma discharges into the new release of compact plasmas that may be used for purposes similar to FIB and small plasma thrusters. even though, those new functions convey with them a brand new set of demanding situations. With assurance starting from the fundamentals to new and rising functions, Compact Plasma and centred Ion Beams discusses how compact high-density microwave plasmas with dimensions smaller than the geometrical cutoff measurement will be generated and applied for delivering concentrated ion beams of assorted components.
Starting with the basics of the cutoff challenge for wave propagation in waveguides and plasma diagnostics, the writer is going directly to clarify intimately the plasma creation through microwaves in a compact geometry and slim tubes. He then completely discusses wave interplay with bounded plasmas and offers a deeper figuring out of the physics. The e-book concludes with an updated account of contemporary examine on pulsed microwaves and the applying of compact microwave plasmas for multi-element FIB.
It offers a consolidated and unified description of the rising components in plasma technology and expertise using wave-based plasma assets in response to the author’s personal paintings and adventure. The ebook can be precious not just to demonstrated researchers during this zone yet also will function a good creation to these attracted to using those rules to numerous present and new applications.
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