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Cathodic arcs

from fractal spots to energetic condensation
  • 540 Pages
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Springer , New York
Cathode rays, Intermittency (Nuclear physics), Plasma (Ionized g
StatementAndré Anders.
SeriesSpringer series on atomic, optical, and plasma physics -- 50
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC711 .A49 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 540 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23229396M
ISBN 100387791078, 0387791086
ISBN 139780387791074, 9780387791081
LC Control Number2008929568

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Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation is the first book in over a decade dedicated to the physics and technology of cathodic arcs. It includes a detailed account of arc history, a textbook-like introduction to cathode phenomena, and some basic physics of expanding plasmas; it deals with the infamous macroparticle issue and describes a host of practical plasma filter : $ Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation - Ebook written by André Anders.

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Read "Cathodic Arcs From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation" by André Anders available from Rakuten Kobo. Cathodic arcs are among the longest studied yet least understood objects in science. Plasma-generating, tiny spots appea Brand: Springer New York. Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation is the first book in over a decade dedicated to the physics and technology of cathodic arcs.

Cathodic arcs are among the longest studied yet least understood objects in science. Plasma-generating, tiny spots appear on the cathode; they are highly dynamic and hard to control.

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With an approach emphasizing the fractal character of cathode spots, strongly fluctuating plasma properties are described such as the presence of multiply charged ions that move with supersonic velocity. Richly.

Richly illustrated, the book also deals with practical issues, such as arc source construction, macroparticle removal, and the synthesis of dense, well adherent coatings.

The book spans a bridge from plasma physics to coatings technology based on energetic condensation, appealing to scientists, practitioners and graduate students : Springer New York. Anders, Cathodic Arcs, 1st Edition. Softcover version of original hardcover edition, Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei.

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Ealitruca. Cathodic Protection - Effects of Corrosion in. A history of the Cathodic Arc from the 18thcentury forward is well documented in the book, Cathodic Arcs, From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation. Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation is the first book in over a decade dedicated to the physics and technology of cathodic : Andre Anders.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Industry Reviews. With great interest I learned that the Springer Scientific Publisher has published a monograph entitled "Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation" by Dr.

Anders, Leader of the Plasma Applications Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, a scientist noted as an expert in physics of vacuum discharges and in discharge-assisted coating deposition. The cathodic arc is discussed in terms of the number of cathode spots. The single cathode spot arc (SCS) is defined, which is an arc at relatively low current, depending on the cathode material, and also the multi-cathode spot arc (MCS).

book chapter deals with cathodic arcs because on ly that mode delivers copious quantities of plasma of the cathode material. To round up this introduction, anodic arcs need to be mentioned, too.

Cathodic arc evaporation (Martin et al., ) involves a low-voltage and high-current arc that is struck between an electrode and a conducting cathode.

The cross-sectional area of the arc is small and so, therefore, is the area of its impingement on the cathode resulting in a very high local temperature that can be as high as 15,°C.

Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics Book 50) eBook: Anders, André: : Kindle StoreReviews: 1. This article describes the characteristics of continuous cathodic arc sources and filtering process for removing macroparticles from a cathodic arc.

It provides information on the types of arc sources and the properties of deposited materials. The advantages, limitations, and applications of arc. Buy Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by Anders, André (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The chapter on arc sources and systems is somewhat unusual because it focuses on technology and engineering, rather than on physics.

Here, practical designs for DC and pulsed arc sources are presented. Many details are covered such as how to trigger the arc and how to steer the apparent spot motion.

From source design we move on and consider the whole system, which is generally either a. Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation is the first book in over a decade dedicated to the physics and technology of cathodic arcs.

It includes a detailed account of arc history, a textbook-like introduction to cathode phenomena, and some basic physics of expanding plasmas; it deals with the infamous macroparticle issue and.

Title: Cathodic arcs Cathodic arc plasma deposition has become the technology of choice for hard, wear and corrosion resistant coatings for a variety of applications.

The history, basic physics of cathodic arc operation, the infamous macroparticle problem and common filter solutions, and emerging high-tech applications are briefly reviewed.

Cathodic arcs are among the longest studied yet least understood objects in science. This book describes research related to cathodic arcs and deals with practical issues, such as arc source construction and the synthesis of dense, well adherent coatings.

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Russian-only published book [6], became paradigms for a whole genera-tion of Soviet physicists and engineers dealing with cathodic arcs.

This is of importance because cathodic arc deposition technology was origi-nally developed in the Soviet Union in the s and s. The s and s were characterized by a number of improve. standing cathodic arcs. Ignition in this sense is not just the triggering of the arc discharge but the arc’s perpetual mechanism to ‘‘stay alive.’’ The probabilistic distribution of perpetual ignition of emission centers can be associated with a fractal spot model [3].

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In the remainder of this chapter, electron emission theory will be. Anders, "Cathodic Arcs: From Fractal Spots to Energetic Condensation" () Springer, New York.

Boxman, D. Sanders, and P. Martin (editors) "Handbook of Vacuum Arc Science and Technology"() Noyes Publications, Park Ridge, N.J. The chapter on arc sources and systems is somewhat unusual because it focuses on technology and engineering, rather than on physics.

Here, practical designs for DC and pulsed arc sources are presented. Many details are covered such as how to trigger the arc. voltage (when the arc is alight, i.e. the burning voltage) lies generally in the range 10–30 V and varies according to the cathode material used.

Unlike the more common high-pressure gaseous arc discharge, the cathodic arc displays a positive resistance characteristic, i.e. the arc voltage increases with arc current, albeit only slowly. In the publishing trade, it’s common practice to issue prior to a book’s publication a number of ARCs – which stands for Advance Review Copy or Advance Readers’ or Reading Copy.

ARCs prime reviewers and influencers to post reviews the minute the book comes out, whether on Amazon, on Goodreads, on their bookblogs or other publications. Cathodic arcs remained a subject of research with tough challenges, with application in switching (mercury switch) rather than coating.

Researchers, such as Tanberg [11], developed clever techniques to uncover the First books appeared dedicated to the science and technology of cathodic arc discharges [1, 21, 22].In a previous paper we showed that the transition from the anodic to the cathodic arc occurs when a break arc becomes longer than a critical arc length, independently from electrical and mechanical parameters.

In this paper, we completed our work by using the same breaking apparatus (14 VDC, 40 A) equipped with an arc length control device. Large cathodic arc systems are often used in industrial and decorative coating applications where substrates are rotated around a series of linear cathodic arc sources, usually vertically, in a batch process to produce a variety of thin film species.

There is a broad range of applications for Cathodic Arc Deposition.