ARC FILTERING SYSTEM
The arc filtering system is designed to filter (to purify) the arc source generated plasma flow from macrodrops and macroparticles. Its operation principle consists in plasma-optical transportation of the charged plasma component through a curvilinear channel optically opaque to macrodrops and macroparticles.
|Transmission coefficient of plasma flow||0,5|
|Consumed power, kW||2,4|
|Magnetic field on system axis, G||500-700|
|Mean system radius, m||0,5|
|Plasma guide diameter, mm||140|
|Number of electromagnetic coils||7|
|Rated current of electromagnetic coils, A||3,5-5,0|
|The Efremov arc filtering system installed on the PETRA plasma technological facility at the Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics, Germany||Arc filtering system|
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|Arc filtering system||1998||Forschungszentrum Julich||Germany|
|Arc filtering system||1998||Forschungszentrum Rossendorf||Germany|