Publication detail

V-T Process in Nitrogen Ground State Post-Discharge Conditions

SOURAL, I. KRČMA, F. GUERRA, V.

Original Title

V-T Process in Nitrogen Ground State Post-Discharge Conditions

English Title

V-T Process in Nitrogen Ground State Post-Discharge Conditions

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In presented numeric model of nitrogen plasma, the vibration distribution function (VDF) was studied in time. About 90 % of total energy in plasma dissipated into vibration levels and changed to the electron excitation, ionization, dissociation and another processes. Thus more processes such as v-t, v-v, etc. were necessary to know for the calculation of VDF in time. First step was the simulation of v-t process for the collision of N_2 molecule with N_2 (X, v) on the computer. Subsequently, probabilities of the v-t transfer were calculated from the SSH theory at particular discharge conditions.

English abstract

In presented numeric model of nitrogen plasma, the vibration distribution function (VDF) was studied in time. About 90 % of total energy in plasma dissipated into vibration levels and changed to the electron excitation, ionization, dissociation and another processes. Thus more processes such as v-t, v-v, etc. were necessary to know for the calculation of VDF in time. First step was the simulation of v-t process for the collision of N_2 molecule with N_2 (X, v) on the computer. Subsequently, probabilities of the v-t transfer were calculated from the SSH theory at particular discharge conditions.

Keywords

vibrational distribution, nitrogen post-discharge kinetics, V-T energy transfer

RIV year

2010

Released

01.01.2010

Publisher

MATFYZPRESS

Location

Praha

ISBN

978-80-7378-066-1

Book

Proceedings of WDS08

Pages from

52

Pages to

55

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT29629,
  author="Ivo {Soural} and František {Krčma} and Vasco {Guerra}",
  title="V-T Process in Nitrogen Ground State Post-Discharge Conditions",
  annote="In presented numeric model of nitrogen plasma, the vibration distribution function (VDF) was studied in time. About 90 % of total energy in plasma dissipated into vibration levels and changed to the electron excitation, ionization, dissociation and another processes. Thus more processes such as v-t, v-v, etc. were necessary to know for the calculation of VDF in time. First step was the simulation of v-t process for the collision of N_2 molecule with N_2 (X, v) on the computer. Subsequently, probabilities of the v-t transfer were calculated from the SSH theory at particular discharge conditions.",
  address="MATFYZPRESS",
  booktitle="Proceedings of WDS08",
  chapter="29629",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="MATFYZPRESS",
  year="2010",
  month="january",
  pages="52--55",
  publisher="MATFYZPRESS",
  type="conference paper"
}