Charged Particle Impact on Electrified Surfaces
Here, we follow a recent analysis of Zohdi , the impact of particles on electrified surfaces has wide-ranging applications, for example, in coating technologies. A single particle impacting a surface will rebound according to the basic laws governing a conservation of linear momentum, in conjunction with restitution relations and friction laws.
KeywordsDirect Numerical Simulation Incoming Particle Magnetic Field Interaction Initial Particle Radius Tangential Impulse
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