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Author Nguyen-Kuok, Shi,
Title Theory of low-temperature plasma physics / Shi Nguyen-Kuok.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]

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Author Nguyen-Kuok, Shi,
Series Springer series on atomic, optical, and plasma physics, 1615-5653 ; volume 95.
Springer series on atomic, optical, and plasma physics ; v. 95.
Subject Low temperature plasmas.
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Author Nguyen-Kuok, Shi,
Series Springer series on atomic, optical, and plasma physics, 1615-5653 ; volume 95.
Springer series on atomic, optical, and plasma physics ; v. 95.
Subject Low temperature plasmas.
Description 1 online resource.
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Contents Preface; Reviewers; Contents; 1 The Theoretical Basis of the Low-Temperature Plasma; 1.1 The Basic Approaches to the Description of Plasma; 1.1.1 The Plasma Relations for the Full Thermodynamic Equilibrium; 1.1.2 The Model of Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium in Plasma; 1.1.3 The Model of Partial Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium in Plasma; 1.2 Model of Equilibrium Plasma; 1.2.1 The Energy Balance Equation; 1.2.2 The Momentum Equations of the Plasma Flow; 1.2.3 The Continuity Equation of the Plasma Flow; 1.2.4 The Maxwell's Equations.
1.2.5 The Equations of Equilibrium Plasma Model in a Cylindrical Coordinate System1.3 The Two-Temperature Model of Nonequilibrium Plasma; 1.3.1 The Violation of Ionization Equilibrium in Plasma. Equation of Ionization Equilibrium; 1.4 The Two-Speed Plasma Model; 1.5 Gas Dynamic Models of Plasma Turbulence; 1.5.1 The Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Equations; 1.5.2 The Main Gas Dynamic Model of Turbulence; 1.6 Models of Light Emission and Absorption in Plasma; 1.6.1 Radiation in the Continuous Spectrum; 1.6.1.1 Bremsstrahlung (ff) Radiation; 1.6.1.2 Recombination (fb) Radiation.
1.6.2 Absorption in the Continuum1.6.2.1 The Bremsstrahlung (ff) Absorption; 1.6.3 Radiation in the Spectral Lines; 1.6.3.1 The Spectral Lines Outline; 1.6.4 The Absorption in Spectral Lines; References; 2 Classical Theory of the Particle Scattering; 2.1 Classical Consideration of the Particle Scattering; 2.2 Determination of Cross Sections for Plasma Particles Interaction; 2.2.1 Coulomb Scattering: The Cross Section of the Interaction of Charged Particles; 2.2.2 Ramseur Effect and the Resonance Scattering of the Electrons by Atoms.
2.2.3 The Cross Sections for the Interaction of Molecule-Molecule, Atom-Atom2.2.4 The Cross Sections for the Interaction of the Atom-Ion; References; 3 Quantum Mechanical Theory of the Particle Scattering; 3.1 The Schrodinger Equation; 3.2 Solution of the Schrodinger Equation for the Elastic Interactions; 3.3 Determination of the Phase Shift; 3.4 Born Approximation for Calculating the Amplitudes of the Scattered Waves; 3.5 Determination of Differential and Total Cross Sections of Elastic Interactions; References.
4 Determination of the Composition, Thermodynamic Properties, and Transport Coefficients on the Basis of the Mean Free Path4.1 The Plasma Composition; 4.2 Thermodynamic Properties of the Plasma; 4.3 Transport Coefficients of the Plasma; 4.3.1 Determination of the Electrical Conductivity and Thermal Conductivity; 4.3.2 Determination of the Viscosity, the Ambipolar Diffusion Coefficient, and Integrated Emission; 4.4 The Coefficients of Triple Recombination and Impact Ionization; 4.5 The Frequency of Particle Collisions, the Current Density, and Heating Capacity of Plasma; References.
Summary This book offers the reader an overview of the basic approaches to the theoretical description of low-temperature plasmas, covering numerical methods, mathematical models and modeling techniques. The main methods of calculating the cross sections of plasma particle interaction and the solution of the kinetic Boltzmann equation for determining the transport coefficients of the plasma are also presented. The results of calculations of thermodynamic properties, transport coefficients, the equilibrium particle-interaction cross sections and two-temperature plasmas are also discussed. Later chapters consider applications, and the results of simulation and calculation of plasma parameters in induction and arc plasma torches are presented. The complex physical processes in high-frequency plasmas and arc plasmas, the internal and external parameters of plasma torches, near-electrode processes, heat transfer, the flow of solid particles in plasmas and other phenomena are considered. The book is intended for professionals involved in the theoretical study of low-temperature plasmas and the design of plasma torches, and will be useful for advanced students in related areas.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on December 28, 2016).
ISBN 3319437216 (ebk)
9783319437217
3319437194
9783319437194
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-43721-7
OCLC # 995501134
Additional Format Print version: Nguyen-Kuok, Shi. Theory of low-temperature plasma physics. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2016, 2017 3319437194 9783319437194 (OCoLC)952788711.


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