INVESTIGATION OF HIGH POWER GASEOUS ELECTRONICS.
Quarterly rept. no. 4, 1 Nov 66-31 Jan 67,
MICROWAVE ASSOCIATES INC BURLINGTON MA
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A duplexer gas discharge was analyzed in terms of transmission and reflection from a thin slab of plasma across a waveguide. Computer results based on this model were obtained relating arc loss with electron density and collision frequency. In addition, the recovery time theory was generalized to include electron-ion recombination as well as electron attachment. It was found that this generalized theory was able to predict the qualitative features of high and low power chlorine recovery-time experiments. From the experimental results, estimates of chlorine attachment efficiency and recombination coefficient were obtained which were compared with available experimental information. Author
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Plasma Physics and Magnetohydrodynamics