Simulation of dc atmospheric pressure argon micro glow-discharge | Academic Article individual record
abstract

A hybrid model was used to simulate a dc argon micro glow-discharge at atmospheric pressure. The simulations were carried out for a pin-plate electrode configuration with inter-electrode gap spacing of 200 νm together with an external circuit. The predicted voltage-current characteristics and current density profiles identify the discharge to be a normal glow-discharge. The neutral gas temperature predictions indicate that the discharge forms a non-thermal, non-equilibrium plasma. Experimental studies were conducted to validate the numerical model. Predictions from the numerical model compare favourably with the experimental measurements. © 2006 IOP Publishing Ltd.

authors
author list (cited authors)
Farouk, T., Farouk, B., Staack, D., Gutsol, A., & Fridman, A.
publication date
2006
publisher
IOP Publishing Publisher
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3.0