Atomic Scattering Data and Their Evaluation: Strategies for Obtaining Complete Cross-Section Sets for Electron Collision Processes

S Buckman, Michael Brunger, K Ratnavelu

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    Abstract

    We describe the challenges facing, and opportunities for, the scattering community as it attempts to provide complete cross-section databases for the modeling of a variety of important applications in fusion science and low-temperature plasmas. We outline a suggested protocol for how the community might collectively move forward to construct both benchmarked collision systems and ultimately a complete cross-section database for a 1 given species. Some examples of scattering data and techniques that may be useful for benchmarking are provided.

    Conference

    ConferenceInternational Atomic Energy Agency & National Fusion Research Institute Technical Meeting on Data Evaluation for Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Material Interaction Processes in Fusion
    Period4/09/13 → …

    Keywords

    • Atomic and molecular data
    • Benchmark
    • Data evaluation

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