Simulation Method of Multipactor and Its Application in Satellite Microwave Components
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This book combines the experience and achievements in engineering practice of the China Academy of Space Technology, Xi’an, with a focus on the field of high-power multipactor over recent decades. It introduces the main concepts, theories, methods and latest technologies of multipactor simulation, at both the theoretical and as a process of engineering, while providing a comprehensive introduction to the outstanding progress made in the research technology of multipactor numerical simulation in China. At the same time, the three-dimensional numerical simulation method of multipactor for typical high-power microwave components of spacecraft is introduced.
This book is an essential volume for engineers in the field of high-power microwave technology. It can also be used as a reference for researchers in related fields, or as a teaching reference book for graduate students majoring in Astronautics at colleges and universities.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Basic Theory and Measurement Method of Secondary Electron Emission in Multipactor 3. Electromagnetic particle-in-cell method 4. EM PIC Simulation of Multipactor in High Power Microwave Components for Space Application 5. Multipactor Analysis in Multicarrier Systems 6. Application of Electromagnetic Particle Method in the Simulation of Collector for Traveling Wave Tube
Wanzhao Cui, Professor of the China Academy of Space Technology, Xi’an. His current research interests include microwave technology, and satellite communication.
Yun Li, Senior Engineer of the China Academy of Space Technology, Xi’an. He is an expert in the field of aerospace microwave technology, co-authored over 40 papers, and is the inventor of over 35 licensed patents.
Hongtai Zhang, President of the China Academy of Space Technology, and he is a full member of The International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) and academician of Russian Academy of Cosmonautics.
Jing Yang, Engineer of the China Academy of Space Technology, Xi’an. She is engaged in multipactor and secondary electron emission research.