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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Baurzhan Samiyev
Formation of Electrical Charge in Dielectrics Under Electron Irradiation
Applied Physics
(Master’s programme)
2018
In this paper, the regularities of the accumulation of space charge in dielectrics irradiated by electrons with energies of 1-10 MeV, studied the physical processes of accumulation of space charge and an electrical field in the volume. Determined by numerical simulation using the software systems, processes of forming the charge in the dielectric elements of modern small satellites with further design analysis of the possibility of in dielectrics volume electrical discharges, resulting in the creation of electromagnetic interference with airborne electronic equipment vehicles and destruction of the dielectrics.

Studied principles of operation of computer programs, GEANT4, CATIA, and DICTAT, have acquired practical skills with these programs, which conducted computer modeling of charge accumulation and the emergence of the electric field in the volume irradiated by streams of electrons.

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