Publication detail

Diagnostics of Underwater Discharges in Electrolytes

KOZÁKOVÁ, Z. HLAVATÁ, L. HLOCHOVÁ, L. KRČMA, F. NĚMCOVÁ, L.

Original Title

Diagnostics of Underwater Discharges in Electrolytes

English Title

Diagnostics of Underwater Discharges in Electrolytes

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Electric discharge generated in electrolyte solutions by DC or AC high voltage is investigated. Plasma reactors use a pin-hole configuration of the discharge. Time resolved characteristics of voltage, current, sound, and emitted light revealed processes of bubble formation and discharge breakdown. ICCD images confirm thermal and electron theories of the discharge generation in water solutions. Optical emission spectroscopy determines formation of hydroxyl radicals, hydrogen and oxygen atoms as well as emission of sodium atoms from the dissolved electrolyte.

English abstract

Electric discharge generated in electrolyte solutions by DC or AC high voltage is investigated. Plasma reactors use a pin-hole configuration of the discharge. Time resolved characteristics of voltage, current, sound, and emitted light revealed processes of bubble formation and discharge breakdown. ICCD images confirm thermal and electron theories of the discharge generation in water solutions. Optical emission spectroscopy determines formation of hydroxyl radicals, hydrogen and oxygen atoms as well as emission of sodium atoms from the dissolved electrolyte.

Keywords

discharge in electrolytes, plasma diagnostics, electric characteristics, ICCD imaging, optical emission spectroscopy

RIV year

2011

Released

05.09.2011

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-214-4293-1

Book

Proceedings of XIX Symposium on Physics of Switching Arc

Pages from

255

Pages to

258

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT73711,
  author="Zdenka {Kozáková} and Lucie {Dřímalková} and Lenka {Holíková} and František {Krčma} and Lucie {Němcová}",
  title="Diagnostics of Underwater Discharges in Electrolytes",
  annote="Electric discharge generated in electrolyte solutions by DC or AC high voltage is investigated. Plasma reactors use a pin-hole configuration of the discharge. Time resolved characteristics of voltage, current, sound, and emitted light revealed processes of bubble formation and discharge breakdown. ICCD images confirm thermal and electron theories of the discharge generation in water solutions. Optical emission spectroscopy determines formation of hydroxyl radicals, hydrogen and oxygen atoms as well as emission of sodium atoms from the dissolved electrolyte.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of XIX Symposium on Physics of Switching Arc",
  chapter="73711",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2011",
  month="september",
  pages="255--258",
  type="conference paper"
}