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Old   August 22, 2002, 17:40
Default Need your help! How can I get into the door
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Xiaozhu
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Hi, everyone! I am new graduate student whose work will focus on Computional Plasma. Do anybody know something about it? Because my speciality is CFD, I have no idea about the plasma. What's this and how it works? I don't know. How can I get into the door of the Computational Plasma? It is very appreciated that if you can introduce some fundamental textbooks to me. Thank you very much!
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Old   August 23, 2002, 00:50
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what kind of plasma are u going to modelling. Thermal plasma jet or something else?
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Old   August 23, 2002, 11:33
Default need help. It's about the plasma in semiconductor.
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I am sorry I don't know that plasma is very complex, isn't it? My project works on computational modeling of low-temperature plasma process used for semiconductor device manufacture. The project involves developing CFD code to understand the dynamics of the plasma process. Could someone tell me how to get the first step?
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