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2 September 2020 Optimization, development, and validation of the contamination transport simulation code
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This paper discusses recent model improvements and performance optimization implemented in the Contamination Transport Simulation Program (CTSP). We start by discussing modification of the storage octree to utilize the space-filling Morton Z curve. We then discuss several enhancements to the input file format, such as the ability to utilize mathematical expressions and to combine several short steady-state solutions to cover a longer physical time frame. An HTML-based GUI is described. We then introduce a new molecular model based on materials- specific activation energy and the ability to use partial pressure curves to control material adhesion. Subcycling for particulate motion and a new model for particle surface adhesion are also covered. The paper finishes with a brief discussion of an ongoing experimental test campaign.
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Lubos Brieda and Marc Laugharn "Optimization, development, and validation of the contamination transport simulation code", Proc. SPIE 11489, Systems Contamination: Prediction, Control, and Performance 2020, 114890H (2 September 2020);

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