GEC ICP Reactor Coupled with the Two-Term Boltzmann Equation
Application ID: 73651
This tutorial models an ICP reactor by solving plasma fluid type equations fully coupled with the homogeneous and time-independent electron Boltzmann equation in the classical two-term approximation. The approximated Boltzmann equation is solved for each position of space and is coupled with the fluid type equations by way of the electron mean energy. The rate constants of electron impact reactions and the electron transport parameters are obtained by suitable integration of the computed electron energy distribution function over electron scattering cross sections.
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