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Reference number 3682   (Listed in Apr. 21, 2010) (Categories Materials / Mechanics / Aeronautics and Cosmology)
Application Research of the Hall-effect plasma accelerator to material surface modifying process
Contents The Hall-effect plasma accelerator has so far been developed for space propulsion machines. This accelerator has superior characteristics implementing a high current density (above 0.1A/cm2), high energy (100-1000 eV) steady plasma flow in a compact, low cost device. The application of the accelerator to material surface processing (surface modification processing for nitride film or oxide films), in addition to space applications also looks promising.
In the laboratory, they hold a great amount of research records concerning space engineering, high-enthalpy fluid engineering. Based on their research results and experience, we hope to conduct collaborative research with respect to the application of the Hall-effect plasma accelerator to material surface processing with business enterprises which have concrete application ideas for this technology.
KOMURASAKI,Kimiya, Professor
Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, Department of Advanced Energy


Plasma Beam of about 200eV

Hall Accelerator
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