CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Getting Ahead with Particle Source Simulation

This eSeminar will illustrate the electromagnetic simulation of four different particles sources in CST STUDIO SUITE® 2018: a Pierce-type electron gun, a field emission source, an ion source and a magnetron cathode. It will guide you through the use of different emission models as well as the simulation of the emission in a conformal hexahedral or tetrahedral mesh. In addition, the superposition of external fields will be shown and the setup of an electron source will be demonstrated.

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