If you want to learn how to model low-temperature plasma in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software, then tune into this webinar.
Self-consistent modeling of nonequilibrium discharges has proven to be a significant challenge for the scientific community over the last three decades. The complexity of plasma modeling lies in the fact that it combines elements of reaction engineering, fluid mechanics, physical kinetics, heat transfer, mass transfer, and electromagnetics. The net result is a rather complicated multiphysics problem.
In this webinar, you will see how the Plasma Module, an add-on product to COMSOL Multiphysics®, is designed to simplify the process of setting up a self-consistent model of low-temperature plasma. We will discuss the process of modeling a capacitively coupled plasma as well as show examples of inductive, DC, and wave-heated discharges.
The webinar features a live demonstration in COMSOL Multiphysics®. You can ask questions throughout the presentation or at the end during the Q&A session.
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COMSOL, Inc. Daniel Smith is a project manager at COMSOL for the Plasma, Microfluidics, MEMS, Particle Tracing, Ray Optics, Molecular Flow, and Semiconductor modules. Previously, he worked at MKS Instruments, where he modeled and optimized various types of systems. He has a master's degree in both applied mathematics and numerical computing.