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Theoretical simulation of the picosecond runaway-electron beam in coaxial diode filled with SF6 at atmospheric pressure A. V. Kozyrev, V. Y. Kozhevnikov, M. I. Lomaev [et.al.]

Contributor(s): Kozyrev, Andrey V | Lomaev, Mikhail I | Sorokin, Dmitry A | Semeniuk, Natalia S | Tarasenko, Viktor Fedotovich | Kozhevnikov, Vasily YuMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): быстрые электроны | пробой коаксиального диода | убегающие электроны | пикосекундные пучкиGenre/Form: статьи в журналахOnline resources: Click here to access online In: EPL : A letters journal exploring the frontiers of physics Vol. 114, № 4. P. 45001-1-45001-6Abstract: This paper presents detailed results of gas discharge theoretical simulation and the explanation of probabilistic mechanism of fast-electrons generation. Within the framework of a hybrid mathematical model, the hydrodynamic and the kinetic approaches are used simultaneously in order to describe the dynamics of different components of a low-temperature discharge plasma. The breakdown of a coaxial diode occurs in the form of a dense plasma region expanding from the cathode. On this background there is a formation of runaway electrons that are initiated by the ensemble of plasma electrons generated in the region of locally enhanced electric field within the front of the dense plasma. It is shown that the power spectrum of fast electrons in the discharge contains the group of electrons with the so-called “anomalous” energies. Comparison of the calculation results with the existent experimental data gives a good agreement for all major process parameters.
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This paper presents detailed results of gas discharge theoretical simulation and the explanation of probabilistic mechanism of fast-electrons generation. Within the framework of a hybrid mathematical model, the hydrodynamic and the kinetic approaches are used simultaneously in order to describe the dynamics of different components of a low-temperature discharge plasma. The breakdown of a coaxial diode occurs in the form of a dense plasma region expanding from the cathode. On this background there is a formation of runaway electrons that are initiated by the ensemble of plasma electrons generated in the region of locally enhanced electric field within the front of the dense plasma. It is shown that the power spectrum of fast electrons in the discharge contains the group of electrons with the so-called “anomalous” energies. Comparison of the calculation results with the existent experimental data gives a good agreement for all major process parameters.

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