Submitted by Marton Ady on Monday, July 18, 2016 - 17:31.
Originally added for a simple Gaede pump modelling, Molflow can treat certain facets as "Moving parts", and add a certain velocity vector to the normal rebounce directions of molecules hitting a facet. The velocity vector itself can be set globally through the Tools/Moving parts menu:
Submitted by Marton Ady on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 11:52.
Synrad+ and Molflow+ were meant to be use together as a package. The latest beta versions allow you to do a SR simulation in Synrad+, then import the absorbed flux map to Molflow+, convert it to a desorption map, and do a standard vacuum simulation, this time having the walls as outgassing source. Follow the steps below for the whole procedure.
Part 1: Synrad+ simulation
In this example, we will use a short sample tube which receives SR light from an upstream dipole.