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Modeling of the effect of a dielectric film on the electrode surface upon the discharge glow-to-arc transition

  • V. I. KristyaEmail author
  • Ye Naing Tun
Proceedings of the 21st International Conference “Ion-Surface Interaction (ISI-2013)”

Abstract

It is shown that when a dielectric film is on the cathode, the current density in the discharge sheath is raised due to the field emission of electrons from the cathode metal substrate under the effect of the electric field generated in the film by the surface charge that accumulates on it. This results in more intense cathode heating and faster glow-arc transitions.

Keywords

Glow Discharge Dielectric Film Field Electron Emission Discharge Current Density Metal Cathode 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Kaluga BranchKalugaRussia

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