Observation of colliding plasmas through Direct Simulation Monte Carlo method
Colliding plasmas can be an effective method to improve the controllability of key plasma parameters, which is useful for tailoring experimental plasma conditions for desired applications. In this study, plasma collisions were simulated to observe the resulting density profile of nitrogen and oxygen species in the plasma. This was done using Direct Simulation Monte Carlo method (DSMC). For all the plasma species used, the density was found to be highest in the collision plane.