Example files and benchmark tests for cathode simulations
Here are the titles of the 'benchmark test' files that deal with cathodes:
For the complete list see test and example files.
test2d10 Space-charge limited current of a spherical diode (concave cathode)
test2d11 Space-charge limited current of a spherical diode (small convex cathode)
test2d12 Planar Pierce gun
test2d13 Spherical cold field emission diode
test2d14 Cylindrical diode, small inner cathode
test2d18 Field penetration through a flat mesh of flat strips
test2d20 Cylindrical Pierce gun
test3d10 Space-charge limited current of a spherical diode (concave cathode)
test3d11 Space-charge limited current of a spherical diode (convex cathode)
test3d12 Spherical cold field emission diode
test3d31 Space-charge repulsion of 2 particles in a beam, using pulsed beam option.
And here are the titles of the 'example' files that deal with cathodes:
xmpl2d09 Space-charge limited planar diode, cylindrical symmetry.
xmpl2d10 Space-charge limited diode in planar symmetry (that is, flat, parallel cathode and anode, infinite in one direction).
xmpl2d28 Carbon nano-tube, for field emission source.
xmpl2d43: X-ray tube with thermal energies.
xmpl2d48: Sputter ion source.
xmpl3d10 Space-charge limited planar diode.
xmpl3d11 Space-charge limited planar diode, with thermal energies.
xmpl3d12 Automatic optimisation of an electron gun with a hairpin cathode.
xmpl3d13 Cathode ray tube.
xmpl3d15 Hairpin cathode with potential drop and current.
xmpl3d16 Extended Schottky emission, spherical cathode.
xmpl3d21 Space-charged limited cylindrical diode with thermal energies.
xmpl3d24 CRT electron gun, cylindrical symmetry.
xmpl3d25 CRT electron gun, rectangular grid.
xmpl3d28 Pierce gun, potassium 39 ions, with thermal energies.
xmpl3d45 Photocathode, with photoelectrons of fixed energy and lambertian distribution of directions.
xmpl3d54: An example of a field emission flat screen display system.
xmpl3d73: Electron impact ion source.
xmpl3d78: Sputter ion source.
xmpl3d89: Pulsed photocathode.