Lesker Vacuum Training Seminar today

Neil Dasgupta dasgupta at stanford.edu
Mon Nov 10 10:04:28 PST 2008


This afternoon:

VACUUM TRAINING SEMINAR 

at Stanford University 

Hosted by Fritz Prinz Group‐Rapid Prototyping Lab 

Sponsored by the Kurt J Lesker Company 

Monday, November 10 th 3‐6pm 

Building 300, Room 300 

Room 300 is on the first floor of the building, and there is an entrance to the room on each side of the building. 

This is FREE to attend. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Here is an outline of the vacuum training seminar. 

Topic: Vacuum Technology 2 - Mike McKeown -KJLC Chief Vacuum Scientist 

I. GAS-SURFACE INTERACTIONS 

Large Scale 

Adsorption-Desorption 

Diffusion-Permeation 

Micro Scale 

Specular Reflection 

Diffuse Reflection 

Cos Distribution 

Sticking (Sorption) 

Outgassing 

Sources 

Composition 

II. BASIC PUMPING CONCEPTS 

Conductance 

Pumping Speed 

Combining Conductance with Pumping Speed 

Effective Pumping Speeds 

Calculating EPS 

Measuring EPS 

III. GAS LOAD 

Meaning of Gas Load 

Units of Gas Load 

Sources of Gas Load 

Tests for Gas Load 

Reducing Gas Load 

IV. THROUGHPUT 

Meaning of Pump Throughput 

Units of Pump Throughput 

Increasing Pump Throughput 

V. EQUATING GAS LOAD AND THROUGHPUT 

Calculating Base Pressures 

Calculating Working Pressures 

VI. VacTran® VACUUM MODELING PROGRAM 

Vacuum System's Performance 

Making 'What If?' Change 

Contact SHAWN JONES shawnj at lesker.com (209) 401‐6453 with any questions/comments. 

Sponsored by the KURT J LESKER COMPANY 

-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: Lesker Vacuum Training Seminar_11-10-08.pdf
Type: application/pdf
Size: 85858 bytes
Desc: not available
URL: <http://snf.stanford.edu/pipermail/labmembers/attachments/20081110/3ebe1fb3/attachment.pdf>


More information about the labmembers mailing list