Plasma technologies play an important role in various industrial applications. The objective of this lecture is to understand the fundamental physics and the engineering side of plasma. Excitation and ionization, behavior of charged particles in electromagnetic field, behavior of plasma as particles and fluid, collision and transportation of particles, plasma generation, measurement techniques, and industrial applications will be lectured.
The objective of this lecture is to understand the fundamental physics and the engineering side of plasma.
02. Properties of gases
03. Behavior of charged particles (1)
04. Ionization, Excitation, Attachment, Drift (1)
05. Ionization, Excitation, Attachment, Drift (2)
06. Diffusion, Breakdown mechanism (1)
07. Dc, AC, and pulsed discharges
08. Electromgnetic field in plasma
10. Diagnostics (1)
11. Diagnostics (2)
12. Numerical simulation
13. Plasma applications (1)
14. Plasma applications (2)
15. Plasma applications (3)
M.A. Lieberman and A.J. Lichtenberg, "Principles of Plasma Discharges and Materials Processing", John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Fundamentals on the electromagnetics and electric circuit for undergraduate course students are required.
Evaluation will be based on reports and the final examination.