Runaway Electrons Preionized Diffuse Discharges

Victor F. Tarasenko (Editor)
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia

Series: Electrical Engineering Developments

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This collective book provides a review and summary of recent ten-year research in runaway electron preionized diffuse discharges (REP DD) formed in an inhomogeneous electric field in different gases at increased pressure. Attention is also given to volume (diffuse) discharges in a homogeneous electric field, barrier discharges, and so-called open low-pressure discharges. The book has contributions by research groups from different countries and institutes, which added much to the scope of data presented.

New experimental techniques and equipment, including those with picosecond time resolutions, were required for diagnostics of electrical and optical signals. The book consists of 20 chapters, some of which were written jointly by researchers of different teams. We hope that this book will provide the reader with the unique opportunity to gain an insight into various aspects of runaway electron preionized diffuse discharges. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Formation of Runaway Electrons Preionized Diffuse Discharges at High Pressure (pp. 1-18)
E. Kh. Baksht, M. I. Lomaev, D. V. Rybka and V. F. Tarasenko (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 2 - X-Ray Characteristics in Repetitive Nanosecond-Pulse Discharges in Open Air (pp. 19-40)
Tao Shao, Cheng Zhang and Ping Yan (Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China)

Chapter 3 - Radiative Properties and Main Plasma Parameters of REP DD (pp. 41-72)
M. I. Lomaev, D. V. Rybka, D. A. Sorokin and V.F. Tarasenko (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 4 - Generation of Runaway Electrons and X-Rays in an Inhomogeneous Electric Field at High Gas Pressures (pp. 73-114)
V. F. Tarasenko, E. Kh. Baksht, I. D. Kostyrya, M. I. Lomaev and D. V. Rybka (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 5 - Transition from Runaway Electron Preionized Diffuse Discharge in an Inhomogeneous Electric Field to Spark Discharge (pp. 115-132)
V. F. Tarasenko, E. Kh. Baksht, M. I. Lomaev and D. A. Sorokin (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 6 - Transition of Electrons to the Mode of Continuously Acceleration at Subnanosecond Pulse Electric Breakdown in High-Pressure Gases (pp. 133-146)
S. N. Ivanov (Institute of Electrophysics, UB RAS, Ekaterinburg, Russia)

Chapter 7 - Modeling of Diffuse Gas Discharges Initiated by Runaway Electrons (pp. 147-172)
Dmitry Levko and Yakov E. Krasik (Department of Physics, Technion, Haifa, Israel)

Chapter 8 - Microchannels in Atmospheric Pressure Pulsed Discharges (pp. 173-240)
V. I. Karelin and A. A. Trenkin (State Corporation on Atomic Energy “Rosatom” Federal State Unitary Entity “Russian Federal Nuclear Center – All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute of Experimental Physics”, Sarov, Russia)

Chapter 9 - Diffuse and Streamer Discharges at Intermediate Pressures (pp. 241-278)
P. Tardiveau and S. Pasquiers (Laboratoire de Physique des Gaz et des Plasmas Université Paris-Sud, CNRS, Orsay, France)

Chapter 10 - Correlation between X-Ray Radiation and Runaway Electron Beam Spectra in a Nanosecond Diffuse Discharge in Atmospheric Pressure Air (pp. 279-292)
E. Kh. Baksht, A. M. Boichenko, I. D. Kostyrya, V. F. Tarasenko and A. N. Tkachev (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk; Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, and Wave Research Center, Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 11 - Dynamic Displacement, Displacement and Conduction Currents during Nanosecond-Pulse Diffuse Discharges in Atmospheric Pressure Air (pp. 293-310)
V. F. Tarasenko, M. I. Lomaev, T. Shao and C. Zhang (Institute of High Current Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Tomsk, Russia and others)

Chapter 12 - Diffuse Corona Discharge in Atmospheric Pressured Air (pp. 1311-330)
I. D. Kostyrya, D. V. Rybka and V. F. Tarasenko (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 13 - Investigation of Discharge Formation and Generation of Runaway Electrons Beam in Dense Gases (pp. 331-354)
S. N. Ivanov, V. V. Lisenkov and V. A. Shklyaev (Institute of Electrophysics, UB RAS, Ekaterinburg, and Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 14 - Breakdown of Gas Gaps in a Nonuniform Electric Field at a Short Voltage Pulse Rise Time (pp. 355-372)
E. Kh. Baksht, A. M. Boichenko, M. V. Erofeev, V. F. Tarasenko and A. N. Tkachev (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk; Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, and Wave Research Center, Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 15 - Pulsed Discharges in a Wide Density Range: Plasma Development and Media Excitation (pp. 373-420)
S. M.Starikovskaia and A. Yu. Starikovskiy (Ecole Polyteqnique, Palaseau, France and others)

Chapter 16 - Formation of Self-Sustained Volume Discharge (pp. 421-454)
V. V. Osipov and V. V. Lisenkov (Institute of Electrophysics, UB RAS, Ekaterinburg, Russia)

Chapter 17 - On Mechanism of the Surface Streamer Propagation along a Dielectric Plate (pp. 455-472)
Yuri Akishev, Michail Grushin, Vladimir Karalnik, Alexander Petryakov and Nikolay Trushkin (SRC RF TRINITI, Troitsk, Moscow region, and National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 18 - Gas Lasers Pumped by Runaway Electron Preionized Diffuse Discharge (pp. 473-488)
A. N. Panchenko, V. F. Tarasenko, M. I. Lomaev and N. A. Panchenko (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 19 - Application of Runaway Electron Preionized Diffuse Discharges for Surface Cleaning and Modification (pp. 489-504)
V. F. Tarasenko, M. A. Shulepov, A. V. Voitsekhovskii and D. V. Grigor’ev (Institute of High Current Electronics, SB RAS, Tomsk, and National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 20 - Runaway Electrons Generation in “Open Discharge”: Fundamentals and Applications (pp. 505-590)
P. A. Bokhan and Dm. E. Zakrevsky (A.V. Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia)

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