Vacuum Equipment Simulation Lab
This document, created by Pennsylvania State University and hosted by the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge Network, serves as a guide for a laboratory activity where students use simulation software to "gain a conceptual understanding of vacuum technology in general as well as the operations of vacuum systems that are implemented in the micro-nano research areas and manufacturing." The lab consists of three activity modules: vacuum technology, gas flow, and heat transfer. Each activity includes step-by-step directions. In order to access and download this material, users must complete a free registration.
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