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Browsing Hypervelocity Impacts and Dusty Plasma Lab (HIDPL) by Author "Smith, Bernard"

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  • Smith, Bernard; Vasut, John; Matthews, Lorin; Hyde, Truell; Reay, Jerry; Cook, Mike; Schmoke, Jimmy (Advances in Space Research, )
    Dust particles immersed within a plasma environment, such as those in protostellar clouds, planetary rings or cometary environments, will acquire an electric charge. If the ratio of the inter-particle potential energy to ...
  • Land, Victor; Shen, Erica; Smith, Bernard; Matthews, Lorin; Hyde, Truell (New Journal of Physics, )
    A self-consistent fluid model developed for simulations of microgravity dusty plasma experiments has for the first time been used to model asymmetric dusty plasma experiments in a modified Gaseous Electronics Conference ...
  • Smith, Bernard; Hyde, Truell; Matthews, Lorin; Reay, Jerry; Cook, Mike; Schmoke, Jimmy (Advances in Space Research, )
    In semiconductor manufacturing, contamination due to particulates significantly decreases the yield and quality of device fabrication, therefore increasing the cost of production. Dust particle clouds can be found in almost ...

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