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Soviet radio frequency discharge research

Valery A. Godyak

Soviet radio frequency discharge research

by Valery A. Godyak

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Published by Delphic Associates in Falls Church, VA (7700 Leesburg Pike, #250, Falls Church 22043) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Electric discharges through gases.,
    • Electric discharges through gases -- Research -- Soviet Union.,
    • Plasma (Ionized gases),
    • Radio frequency.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: leaves 162-166.

      Other titlesRadio frequency discharge research.
      StatementValery A. Godyak.
      SeriesMonograph series on Soviet Union, The Delphic emigre series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC711 .G55 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 166 leaves :
      Number of Pages166
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2423623M
      LC Control Number87108900

      , , Vol. 19, pp. to Pergamon Press Ltd. Printed in Northern Ireland Excitation m radio-frequency discharges* B. MAVKODINBANTT and R. O. HTTGHES Philips Laboratories, A Division of North American Philips Company, Inc., Irvington-on-Hudson, New York {Received 3 July ) Abstract The possibility of using a radio-frequency, flame-like discharge as an Cited by: Impedance measurement of rf glow discharges is a convenient diagnostic tool that can be used to estimate specific discharge properties based on a simple electrical analog model. Accurate measurements require minimization and characterization of stray impedance. In this study, the stray impedance is minimized by using a triaxial power feedthrough and electrode shield by:

        This paper investigates the dependence of Vbrk on pd in radio-frequency (rf) systems using experimental, computational and analytic techniques. Experimental measurements of Vbrk in an argon discharge are made for pressures in the range 1– mTorr and electrode separations of 2–20 by: Radio Frequency Interference (hardware, testing) (RFI) Electromagnetic radiation which is emitted by electrical circuits carrying rapidly changing signals, as a by-product of their normal operation, and which causes unwanted signals (interference or noise) to be induced in other circuits. The most important means of reducing RFI are: use of bypass or.

      research programs, Soviet research and development in the are of the gas-dynamic and electric discharge (rather than research in the fields of particle beam and radio frequency weapons. Science & Technology In Defense Policy and as a Military Phenomenon. Home» ANU Research» ANU Theses» Open Access Theses» Atmospheric pressure Radio Frequency discharges, diagnostic and numerical modeling Atmospheric pressure Radio Frequency discharges, diagnostic and numerical modeling. Download (4 is to investigate the properties of a Radio Frequency capacitive discharge at atmospheric pressure in Cited by: 6.


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Price New from Used from Spiral-bound "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Valery Godyak. Buy Soviet Radio Frequency Discharge Research by Godyak, Valery (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Valery Godyak. Valery A. Godyak (born June 8, in Czernowitz) is a Russian-American physicist who specializes in plasma a scientist, he made fundamental contributions to the understanding of radio frequency (RF) induced discharges in plasmas as well as in associated nonlinear phenomena.

As an industrial physicist, he developed induction lamps such as the Icetron-Endura RF lamp and received. Collisionless heating in radio-frequency discharges: A review Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Physics D Applied Physics 42(19) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Miles M.

Turner. One of the most exciting and interesting developments in glow discharge analytical spectroscopies in recent years has been the introduction of the radio-frequency (rf) powered glow discharge device.

Unlike the more traditional d.c. glow discharge, the rf glow discharge can be applied not only to samples that are electrically Cited by: Turner M.M. () Collisionless Heating in Capacitively-Coupled Radio Frequency Discharges. In: Kortshagen U., Tsendin L.D. (eds) Electron Kinetics and Applications of Glow Discharges.

NATO Science Series: B (Advanced Science Institutes Series), vol Cited by: 2. The dc and radio frequency (rf) components (and harmonics) of the probe potential have been measured in the midplane of a ‐MHz parallel‐plane rf discharge in argon over a wide range of discharge voltages and at gas pressures between 10 mTorr and Torr.

rf potential measurements were made with different input capacitances to determine the true magnitude of the rf plasma potential Cited by: V.

Godyak, Soviet Radio Frequency Discharge Research, Delphic Associates, Falls Church, VA, (). Google ScholarCited by: 1. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

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Radio frequency discharge with control of plasma potential distribution. Dudnikov V(1), Dudnikov A. Author information: (1)Muons, Inc., Batavia, IllinoisUSA. [email protected] A RF discharge plasma generator with additional electrodes for independent control of plasma potential distribution is Cited by: 4.

Experimental studies of Ar plasma in a planar inductive discharge. electron temperature, plasma potential and the electron energy probability function (EEPF) in /Ar plasma in a planar inductive discharge.

We find that the electron density increases with increased fractional Ar pressure. Godyak V A Soviet Radio Frequency Discharge Cited by: Spherical and cylindrical many‐particle models are used to simulate rf (radio frequency) discharges in which the rf powered and the grounded electrodes have different areas.

This asymmetry determines the magnitude of the average plasma‐to‐electrode voltage V a (the ion bombarding energy) at the smaller powered electrode, which is a critical process by:   3 bizarre Soviet projects straight out of a science fiction novel Using low-frequency radio waves the aim of the experiment was to influence dogs to pick up a particular book from a pile and Author: Ksenia Zubacheva.

For a planar inductive oxygen discharge, a global (volume-averaged) discharge model is applied to relate the electron and ion densities and the electron temperature to the neutral gas pressure in the range mTorr and power in the range W.

Godyak V A Soviet Radio Frequency Discharge Research (Falls Church, VA: Delphic Cited by: The frequency dependence of the sustaining voltage in a radio frequency discharge has been investigated under minimum sustaining and constant power conditions in Ar. Frequency dependence on the structure of radio frequency glow discharges in Ar.

/ Kakuta Toshiaki ; Tochikubo, Fumiyoshi. / Frequency dependence on the structure of radio Cited by: His work was summarised in a book entitled "Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism." In Maxwell moved to Cambridge where he became the first director of the Cavendish Research Laboratory. Hertz discovers radio waves - In a series of experiments started in Heinrich Hertz proved the physical existence of radio waves that Maxwell had.

Early Radio Broadcasting in the Soviet Union. The following message was broadcasted on October 30 (November 12 in the new calendar) of via the wireless telegraph with the intention to reach potential revolutionaries in Europe, as well as actual ones in Russia. Indeed, Soviet revolutionary messages were the first to be recorded in the.

The corona discharge glow at the surface of an object subjected to a high-voltage electrical field was referred to as a "Kirlian aura" in Russia and Eastern Europe.

InBelarusian scientist Victor Adamenko wrote a dissertation titled Research of the structure of High-frequency electric discharge (Kirlian effect) images. This article is based on the book “Vernetzte Intelligenz” -Networked Intelligence. Russian scientists have shown that our DNA can actually be reprogrammed by words and certain frequencies.

According to scientists, only 10% of our DNA is being used for building proteins.2(a) in a radio-frequency discharge in an O 2/He/NO gas mixture. New discharge geometries have led to improvements in O 2(a) production and efficiency. Studies of electrode gap continue to improve O 2(a) production at high pressures, and measurements of species exiting the discharge have expanded the understanding of this system.

In the large-area plasma processing system (LAPPS) scheme, rf bias can be used for either of two purposes: to provide energetic ion bombardment of a substrate, or to controllably raise the electron temperature (which is intrinsically very cool) to a desired value.

The physics of rf bias in the LAPPS differs from the situation in conventional processing reactors for several reasons: (1) The Cited by: 1.