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E-raamat: Modelling and Characterization of Dielectric Barrier Discharge-Based Cold Plasma Jets

  • Formaat: 153 pages
  • Ilmumisaeg: 15-Jan-2020
  • Kirjastus: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • ISBN-13: 9781527545472
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  • Formaat: 153 pages
  • Ilmumisaeg: 15-Jan-2020
  • Kirjastus: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • ISBN-13: 9781527545472

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Non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure plasma jets (APPJs) are of intense interest in current low-temperature plasma research because of their immense potential for material processing and biomedical applications. Depending on the jet configuration and the electrical excitation, plasma characteristics including heat, charged particle, electric field, and chemically active species may differ significantly. Other important parameters of importance in these studies are the kind of utilized working gas and gas flow rate. This book presents the electrical characterization of DBD-based APPJs for three electrode arrangements: ring electrode, pin electrode and floating helix electrode configurations.The analysis presented here will serve to help in establishing an optimum range of operation for a cold plasma jet without arcing and without any physical damage to the electrodes. Furthermore, the experimental results provided in the book establish the significance of the type of working gas on the power consumption and on the jet length obtained. These developed cold DBD-based APPJs of larger lengths may be useful for diverse biological applications and surface treatments.
Dr G. Divya Deepak holds a PhD and an MEngg from the University of Windsor, Canada. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor at Alliance University, Bangalore, India. He is currently working on the modelling and electrical characterization of DBD-based cold plasma jets.Dr Narendra Kumar Joshi has worked as Professor and Head of the Department of Nuclear Science and Technology at Mody University of Science and Technology, India, since May 2011. His current research interests include plasma simulations and diagnostics, DBD plasma jets, nanoparticle synthesis using thermal plasmas, radiation detection and nuclear security.Dr Ram Prakash holds an MSc in Physics and a PhD Plasma Physics. He has more than 50 research papers to his credit, and has edited two books. He is currently a Principal Scientist at the Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute in Jaipur, India.