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TVT, 2011, Volume 49, Issue 5, Pages 643–648 (Mi tvt525)  

This article is cited in 12 scientific papers (total in 12 papers)

Plasma Investigations

Parameters of the Positive Column of Glow Discharge with Dust Particles

L. M. Vasilyak, D. N. Polyakov, V. E. Fortov, V. V. Shumova

Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: We calculate the measured nonlocal parameters of the plasma of the positive column of direct current glow discharge in the presence of dust structures with different dust particle concentrations. The calculations are performed for typical conditions of the positive column of low-pressure glow discharge in air at which a collisional regime of maintaining discharge is achieved. The discharge plasma is described using the diffusion approximation; the flows to the surface of the dust particles are described in the orbital motion limited approximation. Calculation is carried out for micron-size particles with concentrations of up to $10^{11}$ m$^{–3}$. The distribution of the dust component is assumed to be independent of the discharge parameters. Radial distributions of the plasma components and of the electric field component are obtained. The charges of dust particles for various concentrations and discharge parameters are calculated. It is demonstrated that for a certain particle concentration, the absorption efficiency of plasma particles becomes comparable with diffusion losses at the tube walls. The influence of the dust cloud on the electric field configuration at different dust particle concentrations in the cloud is analyzed. The current–voltage characteristics of the positive column of glow discharge are calculated. A higher discharge stability toward the perturbative action of dust particles at high discharge current values is demonstrated.

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High Temperature, 2011, 49:5, 623–628

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UDC: 537.525
Received: 12.07.2010

Citation: L. M. Vasilyak, D. N. Polyakov, V. E. Fortov, V. V. Shumova, “Parameters of the Positive Column of Glow Discharge with Dust Particles”, TVT, 49:5 (2011), 643–648; High Temperature, 49:5 (2011), 623–628

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