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Electron emission mechanism during the nanosecond high-voltage pulsed discharge in pressurized air
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10.1063/1.3689010
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(Color online) (a) Simulated potential distribution at t ≈ 2.3 ns (with respect to HV pulse beginning) with and without EE for HV pulse with T/4 = 5 ns, ϕ0  = 160 kV, and P = 105 Pa for td  = 2.1 ns. Comparison between simulated EEDF at the anode with and without EE: (b) T/4 = 5 ns, ϕ0  = 160 kV, and P = 105 Pa at td  = 2.1 ns and (c) T/4 = 0.5 ns, ϕ0  = 120 kV, and P = 105 Pa at td  = 160 ps and tVC  ≈ 123 ps.

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(Color online) Comparison of simulated and experimental x-ray attenuation curves at different times of the beginning of the EE of electrons: (a) T/4 = 0.5 ns, ϕ0  = 120 kV, and P = 105 Pa; (b) T/4 = 5 ns, ϕ0  = 160 kV, and P = 105 Pa; (c) T/4 = 2.5 ns, ϕ0  = 160 kV, and P = 2.3 × 105 Pa; (d) T/4 = 2.5 ns, ϕ0  = 160 kV, and P = 3 × 105 Pa.

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Scitation: Electron emission mechanism during the nanosecond high-voltage pulsed discharge in pressurized air
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/100/8/10.1063/1.3689010
10.1063/1.3689010
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