In the decade and a half since the publication of the Second Edition of A User?s Guide to Vacuum Technology there have been many important advances in the field, including spinning rotor gauges, dry mechanical pumps, magnetically levitated ...
Author: John F. O'Hanlon
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
In the decade and a half since the publication of the Second Edition of A User?s Guide to Vacuum Technology there have been many important advances in the field, including spinning rotor gauges, dry mechanical pumps, magnetically levitated turbo pumps, and ultraclean system designs. These, along with improved cleaning and assembly techniques have made contamination-free manufacturing a reality. Designed to bridge the gap in both knowledge and training between designers and end users of vacuum equipment, the Third Edition offers a practical perspective on today?s vacuum technology. With a focus on the operation, understanding, and selection of equipment for industrial processes used in semiconductor, optics, packaging, and related coating technologies, A User?s Guide to Vacuum Technology, Third Edition provides a detailed treatment of this important field. While emphasizing the fundamentals and touching on significant topics not adequately covered elsewhere, the text avoids topics not relevant to the typical user.
This 2nd Edition has new information on components, lubrication, pump fluids, and other materials. Basic characteristics and operational procedures are given for each high-vacuum pumping system.
Author: John F. O'Hanlon
Category: Technology & Engineering
An introduction to the theory and practice of modern vacuum technology, with applications. Focuses on the understanding, operation, and selection of equipment for vacuum processes used in semiconductor, optical, and related technologies. This 2nd Edition has new information on components, lubrication, pump fluids, and other materials. Basic characteristics and operational procedures are given for each high-vacuum pumping system.
Author: Marsbed H. HablanianPublish On: 2017-11-13
Offering a basic understanding of each important topic in vacuum science and technology, this book concentrates on pumping issues, emphasizes the behavior of vacuum pumps and vacuum systems, and explains the relationships between pumps, ...
Author: Marsbed H. Hablanian
Offering a basic understanding of each important topic in vacuum science and technology, this book concentrates on pumping issues, emphasizes the behavior of vacuum pumps and vacuum systems, and explains the relationships between pumps, instrumentation and high-vacuum system performance. The book delineates the technical and theoretical aspects of the subject without getting in too deep. It leads readers through the subtleties of vacuum technology without using a dissertation on mathematics to get them there. An interesting blend of easy-to-understand technician-level information combined with engineering data and formulae, the book provides a non-analytical introduction to high vacuum technology.
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Section 4 , " Oil Sealed Rotary Pumps " - “ A Users Guide To Vacuum Technology
Market: Students and researchers in space and high-vacuum technology and materials science. This handbook was originally prepared so that workers would not have to consult a great many sources to learn what procedures and materials were used to construct tubes and other evacuated devices. Even now, as space and high-vacuum research are yielding new information daily, much of the subject matter in this seminal work, such as properties of materials, are as cogent as they were in 1964 when the book was first published.
Failure of the vacuum system to pump down to base pressure can be caused by
leaks , failure to close a manual vent valve , or the failure of an ... A User's Guide
to Vacuum Technology , 3rd Edition , Wiley Interscience , Hoboken , NJ , 2003 .
Author: David M. Hata
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Category: Technology & Engineering
The approach taken in this book is to approach vacuum systems from a pressure regime viewpoint. That is, after covering some basic chemistry, the first pressure regime covered is the rough vacuum regime. Within the study of rough vacuum systems, the following topics are covered: the gas load, the pumping mechanism, pressure measurement and vacuum system construction. The discussion of rough vacuum is then followed by the study of high-vacuum systems. The same topics are revisited, but this time from a high vacuum perspective. Once both rough vacuum and high vacuum systems are covered, then the topics of leak detection and residual gas analysis are introduced. This approach lends itself to laboratory experimentation. During the review of gas laws from chemistry, there are a number of experiments and demonstrations that can be performed to reinforce basic laws and concepts. Then, during the study of rough vacuum systems, pumpdown times can be calculated and pumpdowns performed in the laboratory. Likewise, during the study of high-vacuum systems, pumpdowns as well as other lab exercises, such as outgassing and residual gas analysis, can be conducted. Coverage of vacuum systems from a pressure regime viewpoint, rather than from a topical viewpoint. Focus on the fundamental science behind vacumm system components. This book is written for users of vacuum systems, especially the technicians that are responsible for maintaining them.
Subjects covered include theoretical foundations of drying technology , heat and
mass transfer A User's Guide to Vacuum Technology , John F O'Hanlon , 402 pp ,
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Author: Robert Allen Meyers
Category: Physical sciences
Following in the footsteps of the earlier editions, hundreds of the most respected scientists and engineers participated in the creation of this new edition, including many Nobel Laureates. The articles are in-depth, yet accessible, and address all of the key areas of physical science--including aeronautics, astronomy, chemistry, communications, computers, earth sciences, electronics, engineering, materials science, mathematics, nuclear technology, physics, power systems, propulsion, and space technology. (Midwest).
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Vacuum Technique provides an overview of vacuum technology, its different design methodologies, and the underlying theory.
Author: L.N. Rozanov
Publisher: CRC Press
Vacuum technology finds itself in many areas of industry and research. These include materials handling, packaging, gas sampling, filtration, degassing of oils and metals, thin-film coating, electron microscopy, particle acceleration, and impregnation of electrical components. It is vital to design systems that are appropriate to the application, and with so many potential solutions this can become overwhelming. Vacuum Technique provides an overview of vacuum technology, its different design methodologies, and the underlying theory. The author begins with a summary of the properties of low-pressure gases, then moves on to describe mathematical modeling of gas transfer in the vacuum system, the operation of pumps and gauges, computer-aided synthesis and analysis of systems, and the design of different vacuum systems. In particular, the author discusses the structure and characteristics of low, middle, high, and superhigh vacuum systems, as well as the characteristics of joints, materials, movement inputs, and all aspects of production technology and construction standards. Using specific examples rather than describing the various elements, Vacuum Technique supplies engineers, technicians, researchers, and students with needed expertise and a comprehensive guide to designing, selecting, and using an appropriate vacuum system for a specific purpose.
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Author: Gary F. McGuire
Publisher: William Andrew
A broad review of semiconductor materials and process technology with emphasis on VLSI and ULSI.
A guide for furnace operators, metallurgists, and plant engineers working with vacuum processing, providing both a broad overview of the field and practical help with details and problems.
Author: Roger Fabian
Publisher: Asm International
Category: Technology & Engineering
A guide for furnace operators, metallurgists, and plant engineers working with vacuum processing, providing both a broad overview of the field and practical help with details and problems. Considers the basic theory, equipment, preparation and handling, process variables, commercial practice, inspec
Author: Patty Pei-Ling Chang-ChienPublish On: 2002
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