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Supersonic Flow Measurement Within A Lowpressure Area
Bayer, Robert ; Hlavatá, Pavla ; Bílek, Michal
The goal of this paper is to describe the idea of measuring a supersonic gas flow within low-pressure areas in order to describe its behavior and to compare the measurement data with the generally described supersonic gas flow behavior derived from its behavior within high-pressure areas. This data should help to make low-pressure supersonic flow simulations more accurate.
Comparison of Results Optained Using Monte Carlo and Ansys Fluent in Analysis Differentially Pumped Chamber
Bílek, Michal ; Hlavatá, Pavla
The goal of this thesis is the analysis of a gas flow running through the drain channels within the apertures of differentially pumped chamber of the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM). This thesis contains a verification of current simulation results of gas flow within the differentially pumped chamber published by D. Danilatos using Monte Carlo method in comparison with simulation results achieved by using simulation program ANSYS Fluent, which uses the mechanism of continuum for its calculations.
Hlavatá, Pavla ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Maxa, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis deals with the effect of the critical flow, which is produced at pumping of the differential pumping chamber of the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM). The thesis compares the state of the flow in the area of pumped chamber at pressure ratio on the apertures when the critical flow occurs and its advantages in design of the chambers versus the flow without the clogging the nozzle. Problematics were solved using finite volume method by Ansys Fluent system.

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