Publication detail

Using the ideal and real gas model for the mathematical - physics analysis of the experimental chambre

MAXA, J. HLAVATÁ, P. VYROUBAL, P.

Original Title

Using the ideal and real gas model for the mathematical - physics analysis of the experimental chambre

English Title

Using the ideal and real gas model for the mathematical - physics analysis of the experimental chambre

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This article comes out from the series of articles devoted to the issue of pumping in the differentially pumped chamber. This article is based on a study of Dr. Danilatos, where pumping of the differential pumped chamber is solved using the Monte Carlo statistic method. To solve the problem, we use the mechanics of continuum with experimental verification. The article deals with a construction of the conic tip of the static probe.

English abstract

This article comes out from the series of articles devoted to the issue of pumping in the differentially pumped chamber. This article is based on a study of Dr. Danilatos, where pumping of the differential pumped chamber is solved using the Monte Carlo statistic method. To solve the problem, we use the mechanics of continuum with experimental verification. The article deals with a construction of the conic tip of the static probe.

Keywords

Environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM), ANSYS Fluent, finite volume method, Differentially pumped chamber, Taylor – Maccoll theory.

Released

20.10.2018

ISBN

978-80-214-5109-4

Book

ECS Transactions

Pages from

377

Pages to

387

Pages count

11

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT150573,
  author="Jiří {Maxa} and Pavla {Šabacká} and Petr {Vyroubal}",
  title="Using the ideal and real gas model for the mathematical - physics analysis of the experimental chambre",
  annote="This article comes out from the series of articles devoted to the issue of pumping in the differentially pumped chamber. This article is based on a study of Dr. Danilatos, where pumping of the differential pumped chamber is solved using the Monte Carlo statistic method. To solve the problem, we use the mechanics of continuum with experimental verification. The article deals with a construction of the conic tip of the static probe.",
  booktitle="ECS Transactions",
  chapter="150573",
  doi="10.1149/08701.0377ecst",
  howpublished="online",
  number="1",
  year="2018",
  month="october",
  pages="377--387",
  type="conference paper"
}