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Materials of high vacuum technology

Werner Espe

Materials of high vacuum technology

by Werner Espe

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of "Werkstoffkunde der Hochvakuum - technik" by VEB Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften Berlin.

Statementby Werner Espe. Vol.3, Auxiliary materials.
The Physical Object
Paginationxix,530p.
Number of Pages530
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13954488M

About this book The republication of this widely used handbook makes available again an invaluable source of fundamental information on the construction of vacuum devices and provides a complete rundown on the properties of basic materials used in vacuum tubes (glass, ceramics, mica, carbon, graphite, iron, steel, copper, nickel, precious. Table Pressure ranges in vacuum technology The unit for measuring pressure is the pascal. This unit was named after the French mathematician, physicist, writer and philosopher Blaise Pascal ( – .

In the decade and a half since the publication of the Second Edition of A User?s Guide to Vacuum Technology there have been many important advances in the field, including spinning rotor gauges, dry mechanical pumps, magnetically levitated turbo pumps, and ultraclean system designs. These, along with improved cleaning and assembly techniques have made contamination-free manufacturing a reality. Vacuum Technology and Vacuum Design Handbook for Accelerator Technicians This handbook is a compilation of information gathered from over 50 years of direct hands-on experience to applicable information widely available from the vacuum technology industry.

Vacuum and Equipment Technology— Topics related to vacuum and processing equipment design, operation, and maintenance. Materials and Interface Characterization— Topics covering chemical, physical, and electrical characterization of films, surfaces, particles, and interfaces. Vacuum is space devoid of word stems from the Latin adjective vacuus for "vacant" or "void". An approximation to such vacuum is a region with a gaseous pressure much less than atmospheric pressure. Physicists often discuss ideal test results that would occur in a perfect vacuum, which they sometimes simply call "vacuum" or free space, and use the term partial vacuum to refer to an.


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The Handbook of Vacuum Technology consists of the latest innovations in vacuum science and technology with a strong orientation towards the vacuum practitioner. It covers many of the new vacuum pumps, materials, equipment, and applications.

It also details the design and maintenance of modern vacuum systems. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Espe, Werner.

Materials of high vacuum technology. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press [(OCoLC) "Roth's new book contains a comprehensive collection of information on rarefied-gas flow, physical and chemical phenomena associated with vacuum technology, the production and measurement of high vacuum and sealing and leak-detection techniques.

One finds a wealth of equations, numerical examples, tables, graphs and monographs. Ultra-high vacuum (UHV) is the vacuum regime characterised by pressures lower than about nanopascal (10 −7 pascal, 10 −9 m bar, ~10 −9 torr).UHV conditions are created by pumping the gas out of a UHV chamber.

At these low pressures the mean free path of a gas molecule is greater than approximately 40 km, so the gas is in free molecular flow, and gas molecules will collide with the. [5]) and ceramics are the main materials of interest, together with metallic materials.

Additional handbooks containing more or less comprehensive reviews of materials for high vacuum were published in the s [6 8].

In a recent book by O Hanlon [9], containing a chapter on materials. Additionally, materials must provide sufficiently high chemical resistance against gases and vapors developing in the processes. Stainless steel is common to vacuum technology.

The reason is that stainless‐steel surfaces, due to their surface microstructure, show sufficient passivation, and thus, are protected adequately against corrosion.

Vacuum Physics and Technology. Chapter 8 Properties of Materials Used in Vacuum Technology. Chapter 9 Guidelines for the Fabrication of Vacuum Systems and Components Chapter 12 Operating and Maintaining High Vacuum Systems.

Chapter 13 Design and Performance of Bakeable Ultrahigh Vacuum Systems Reviews: 1. Offering a basic understanding of each important topic in vacuum science and technology, this book concentrates on pumping issues, emphasizes the behavior of vacuum pumps and vacuum systems, and explains the relationships between pumps, instrumentation and high-vacuum system performance.

The book delineates the technical and theoretical aspects of the subject without getting in too deep.1/5(1). Book Description. Vacuum technology is widely used in many manufacturing and developmental processes and its applications grow in scope and sophistication.

It is an inter-disciplinary subject, embracing aspects of mechanical, electrical and chemical engineering, chemistry, and materials science while having a broad foundation in physics.

Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica | Università Cattolica. Due to the surface sensitivity of such materials, many of these instruments require ultrahigh vacuum that has to be provided under extreme conditions like very high voltages. In this book, Yoshimura provides a review of the UHV related development during the last decades.

High-Vacuum Technology. DOI link for High-Vacuum Technology. High-Vacuum Technology book. A Practical Guide, Second Edition.

High-Vacuum Technology. special porous materials are used to provide a large surface area to adsorb the gas more efficiently. Cryosorption pumps are not continuous throughput pumps.

The pumped gas is not exhausted to. Get this from a library. Materials of high vacuum technology. Volume 2, Silicates. [Werner Espe]. Achieving Ultra-High Vacuum. In order to achieve ultra high vacuum conditions, special materials and pumping procedures are needed.

Seals and gaskets used between components in a UHV system must prevent even trace leakage. Therefore, nearly all such seals are all metal, with knife-edges on both sides cutting into a soft gasket, typically copper.

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We try to answer any vacuum technology question posed by anyone. If you have a question contact [email protected] Answers to previous questions on Materials in Vacuum: Using Brass in a High Vacuum System; Trapping Fluorine. Leybold Product and Vacuum Technology Reference Book Lecture 4 8 What determines vacuum system performance.

Function of a pump: molecules strike or pass through an orifice of area A and enter the pump, which attempts to keep them from returning to the volume V. p, V, N to pump area A Vacuum system performance is determined by. Book Description. Vacuum technology has enormous impact on human life in many aspects and fields, such as metallurgy, material development and production, food and electronic industry, microelectronics, device fabrication, physics, materials science, space science, engineering, chemistry, technology of low temperature, pharmaceutical industry, and biology.

Vacuum Technology; Fundamentals of Vacuum. Heavy-duty pumps with cooling systems are often required for high vacuum applications. But light-duty pumps can operate at maximum vacuum for short periods of time if there is an adequate cool-off period between cycles.

Because it made of plastic and stainless-steel materials, the Easy Clean. 2 Vacuum Technology and Know how / Introduction to vacuum technology Part 2 / Page 9 General Introduction to vacuum technology Vacuum – Definition A vacuum is defined colloquially as the state encountered in a room at pressures below atmospheric pressure.

These pressures can be generated by gases or vapors. Design rules for vacuum chambers C. Hauviller CERN, Geneva, Switzerland Abstract Producing a vacuum chamber means de fining the boundary conditions (inner and outer envelopes, operational constraints, etc.), choosing the material, designing the parts, manufacturing and assembling these parts together and putting them under vacuum.

The index and references are unusually complete. Recommended". (Choice) "Roth's new book contains a comprehensive collection of information on rarefied-gas flow, physical and chemical phenomena associated with vacuum technology, the production and measurement of high vacuum and sealing and leak-detection s: 1.High-Vacuum Technology: A Practical Guide - Second edition, Revised and Expanded, by Marsbed H.

Hablanian, Marcel Dekker, Inc.,pages. ISBN To order, call / This revised and updated book is a welcome addition to the vacuum engineering literature. Vacuum analytical techniques and vacuum technologies are pillars of the technological processes, material synthesis, deposition, and material analyses―all of which are used in the development of novel materials, increasing the value of industrial products, controlling the technological processes, and ensuring the high product s: 6.