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Emerging Applications of Vacuum-Arc-Produced Plasma, Ion and Electron Beams

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Part of the book series: NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (NAII, volume 88)

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Table of contents (22 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vii
  2. Cohesive Energy Rule for Vacuum Arcs

    • André Anders
    Pages 1-14
  3. Status of MEVVA Experiments in ITEP

    • T. V. Kulevoy, R. P. Kuibeda, V. A. Pershin, V. A. Batalin, D. N. Seleznev, S. V. Petrenko et al.
    Pages 39-49
  4. Underlying Physics of E-MEVVA Operation

    • Ady Hershcovitch, V. A. Batalin, A. S. Bugaev, N. DeBolt, V. I. Gushenets, B. M. Johnson et al.
    Pages 51-57
  5. Technical Design of the MEVVA Ion Source at GSI and Results of a Long Uranium Beam Time Period

    • F. Heymach, M. Galonska, R. Hollinger, K. D. Leible, P. Spädtke, M. Stork et al.
    Pages 59-65
  6. Producing of Gas and Metal Ion Beams with Vacuum Arc Ion Sources

    • A. S. Bugaev, V. I. Gushenets, A. G. Nikolaev, E. M. Oks, K. P. Savkin, P. M. Schanin et al.
    Pages 79-90
  7. High Current Electron Sources and Accelerators with Plasma Emitters

    • V. I. Gushenets, P. M. Schanin
    Pages 91-104
  8. Emission Methods of Experimental Investigations of Ion Velocities in Vacuum Arc Plasmas

    • A. S. Bugaev, V. I. Gushenets, A. G. Nikolaev, E. M. Oks, G. Yu. Yushkov, A. Anders et al.
    Pages 105-113
  9. Gaseous Plasma Production Using Electron Emitter Based on Arc Discharge

    • M. V. Shandrikov, A. V. Vizir, G. Yu. Yushkov, E. M. Oks
    Pages 115-122
  10. Vacuum Arc Ion Sources: Charge State Enhancement and Arc Voltage

    • M. Galonska, F. Heymach, R. Hollinger, P. Spädtke
    Pages 123-130
  11. Linear Vacuum ARC Evaporators for Deposition of Functional Multi-Purpose Coatings

    • A. V. Demchyshyn, Yu. A. Kurapov, V. A. Michenko, Ye. G. Kostin, A. A. Goncharov, Ye. G. Ternovoi
    Pages 131-149
  12. ARC Generators of Low-Temperature Plasma and their Applications

    • N. N. Koval, P. M. Schanin
    Pages 151-162
  13. Electron Beam Deposition of High Temperature Superconducting Thin Films

    • G. Mladenov, K. Vutova, G. Djanovski, E. Koleva, V. Vassileva, D. Mollov
    Pages 163-171
  14. Deposition of Nanoscale Multilayered Structures Using Filtered Cathodic Vacuum Arc Plasma Beams

    • M. M. M. Bilek, D. R. McKenzie, T. W. H. Oates, J. Pigott, P. Denniss, J. Vlcek
    Pages 173-186
  15. Implantation of Steel from MEVVA Ion Source with Bronze Cathode

    • Z. Werner, J. Piekoszewski, R. Grötzschel, W. Szymczyk
    Pages 187-190
  16. Resistance to High Temperature Oxidation in Si-Implanted TiN Coatings on Steel

    • Z. Werner, J. Piekoszewski, W. Szymczyk
    Pages 191-195
  17. Vacuum Arc Deposited DLC Based Coatings

    • O. R. Monteiro, M. P. Delplancke-Ogletree
    Pages 197-203

About this book

The NATO-sponsored Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) on "Emerging Applications of Vacuum-Arc-Produced Plasma, Ion and Electron Beams" was held at the Baikal Dunes Resort, Lake Baikal, Russia, on June 24-28, 2002. Participants were from NATO countries Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Turkey and the USA, and from NATO partner countries Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. The goal of the meeting was to bring together researchers involved in novel applications of plasmas and ion/electron beams formed from vacuum arc discharges, especially in less conventional or emerging scientific areas such as new perspectives on vacuum arc phenomena, generation of high charge state metal ions, heavy ion accelerator injection, multi-layer thin film synthesis, biological applications, generation of high-current high-density electron beams, and more. It was our hope that the meeting would engender new research directions and help to establish new collaborations, prompt new thinking for research and technology applications of vacuum arc science, and in general foster development of the field. The Workshop was a great success, as was clearly felt by all of the attendees. The small number of participants at the meeting tended to encourage a high level of closeness and communication between individuals. The location, a small resort on the western side of Lake Baikal in the vicinity of Irkutsk, was ideal - the isolated location, small and quiet, was excellent and was most conducive to discussion among individuals and small groups quite apart from the formal presentations.

Keywords

  • Plasma
  • electron
  • heavy ion
  • ion
  • metals
  • plasma physics

Editors and Affiliations

  • High Current Electronics Institute, Tomsk, Russia

    Efim Oks

  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, USA

    Ian Brown

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