Publication detail

Breakdown of the DC Diaphragm Discharge in Liquids

PROCHÁZKOVÁ, J. STARÁ, Z. KRČMA, F.

Original Title

Breakdown of the DC Diaphragm Discharge in Liquids

English Title

Breakdown of the DC Diaphragm Discharge in Liquids

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper presents results of breakdown phenomenon in the DC diaphragm discharge generated in water solutions of various electrolytes. The determined breakdown voltage beheld into the range of 1100-1300 V in wide range of studied solution conductivities (50-1400 mikro S/cm) independently on the electrolyte kind, the recorded breakdown current was 20-50 mA. Both voltage and current values during the breakdown were more or less constant in the particular region of selected conductivities (approximately 200-1400 mikro S/cm), these values were only slightly increasing (in the case of current) or decreasing (in the case of voltage), respectively, with the increasing solution conductivity (i.e. electrolyte concentration). Beyond this "stable" region, the breakdown characteristics were strongly dependent on the conductivity and partially on the solution kind, too. Comparison of various electrolytes dissolved in the treated solution show only a slight influence on the breakdown characteristics.

English abstract

This paper presents results of breakdown phenomenon in the DC diaphragm discharge generated in water solutions of various electrolytes. The determined breakdown voltage beheld into the range of 1100-1300 V in wide range of studied solution conductivities (50-1400 mikro S/cm) independently on the electrolyte kind, the recorded breakdown current was 20-50 mA. Both voltage and current values during the breakdown were more or less constant in the particular region of selected conductivities (approximately 200-1400 mikro S/cm), these values were only slightly increasing (in the case of current) or decreasing (in the case of voltage), respectively, with the increasing solution conductivity (i.e. electrolyte concentration). Beyond this "stable" region, the breakdown characteristics were strongly dependent on the conductivity and partially on the solution kind, too. Comparison of various electrolytes dissolved in the treated solution show only a slight influence on the breakdown characteristics.

Keywords

Breakdown in liquids, diaphragm discharge

RIV year

2007

Released

24.06.2007

Publisher

CIAM

Location

Moskva

ISBN

978-5-94588-047-4

Book

Proeedings of 3rd International Symposium on Non-Equilibrium Processes, Plasma, Combustion and Atmospheric Phenomena

Pages from

85

Pages to

85

Pages count

1

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT22818,
  author="Jana {Procházková} and Zdenka {Kozáková} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Breakdown of the DC Diaphragm Discharge in Liquids",
  annote="This paper presents results of breakdown phenomenon in the DC diaphragm discharge generated in water solutions of various electrolytes. The determined breakdown voltage beheld into the range of 1100-1300 V in wide range of studied solution conductivities (50-1400  mikro S/cm) independently on the electrolyte kind, the recorded breakdown current was 20-50 mA. Both voltage and current values during the breakdown were more or less constant in the particular region of selected conductivities (approximately 200-1400  mikro S/cm), these values were only slightly increasing (in the case of current) or decreasing (in the case of voltage), respectively, with the increasing solution conductivity (i.e. electrolyte concentration). Beyond this "stable" region, the breakdown characteristics were strongly dependent on the conductivity and partially on the solution kind, too. Comparison of various electrolytes dissolved in the treated solution show only a slight influence on the breakdown characteristics.",
  address="CIAM",
  booktitle="Proeedings of 3rd International Symposium on Non-Equilibrium Processes, Plasma, Combustion and Atmospheric Phenomena",
  chapter="22818",
  institution="CIAM",
  year="2007",
  month="june",
  pages="85--85",
  publisher="CIAM",
  type="conference paper"
}