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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Tatyana Grebenschikova
Modelling the Bulk Chargining of Polystyrene Films by Low Energy Electrons
Computer Modelling in Engineering and Technologies
(Master’s programme)
2016
In this work, the object of study is a polystyrene film and processes its radiation electrization of low-energy electrons. Show the results of experimental and theoretical studies of radiation-induced conductivity of polystyrene - the main parameter of the polymeric material which allows radiation to predict its electrification. The computer simulation of radiation electrifying electrons polystyrene films, low-energy using MathCAD software. The characteristics of radiation fields in which it is possible to use a polystyrene film as the radiation material without fear of electrostatic discharge.

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