Publication detail

Study of the Capillary Discharge Ignition Supplied by DC Non-Pulsing Voltag

HLOCHOVÁ, L. HLAVATÁ, L. KOZÁKOVÁ, Z. KRČMA, F. GUAITELLA, O.

Original Title

Study of the Capillary Discharge Ignition Supplied by DC Non-Pulsing Voltag

English Title

Study of the Capillary Discharge Ignition Supplied by DC Non-Pulsing Voltag

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This work deals with the ignition of the discharge in the capillary configuration generated in water solutions containing supporting NaCl electrolyte. The polycarbonate reactor has volume of 110 ml and it is equipped by HV electrodes made of stainless steel. Ceramic (Shapal-MTM) capillary is placed in the barrier separating the cathode and the anode space. An electric power source supplies the reactor by non-pulsing DC voltage up to 4 kV and electric current up to 300 mA. The discharge ignition is compared in the reactor with different length of capillary of the same diameter. Measurements are carried out in electrolyte solutions with the same conductivity. Images of plasma streamers and bubble formation are taken by an ICCD camera iStar 734. Electrical characteristics are measured by an oscilloscope LeCroy LT 374 L in order to determine breakdown moments at different experimental conditions.

English abstract

This work deals with the ignition of the discharge in the capillary configuration generated in water solutions containing supporting NaCl electrolyte. The polycarbonate reactor has volume of 110 ml and it is equipped by HV electrodes made of stainless steel. Ceramic (Shapal-MTM) capillary is placed in the barrier separating the cathode and the anode space. An electric power source supplies the reactor by non-pulsing DC voltage up to 4 kV and electric current up to 300 mA. The discharge ignition is compared in the reactor with different length of capillary of the same diameter. Measurements are carried out in electrolyte solutions with the same conductivity. Images of plasma streamers and bubble formation are taken by an ICCD camera iStar 734. Electrical characteristics are measured by an oscilloscope LeCroy LT 374 L in order to determine breakdown moments at different experimental conditions.

Keywords

capillary discharge, discharge breakdown in liquid

RIV year

2013

Released

26.01.2013

Location

Bratislava

ISBN

978-80-8147-004-2

Book

19th Symposium on Application of Plasma Processes, Workshop on Ion Mobility Spectrometry, Book of Contributed Papers

Pages from

171

Pages to

175

Pages count

5

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT97291,
  author="Lenka {Holíková} and Lucie {Dřímalková} and Zdenka {Kozáková} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Study of the Capillary Discharge Ignition Supplied by DC Non-Pulsing Voltag",
  annote="This work deals with the ignition of the discharge in the capillary configuration generated in water solutions containing supporting NaCl electrolyte. The polycarbonate reactor has volume of 110 ml and it is equipped by HV electrodes made of stainless steel. Ceramic (Shapal-MTM) capillary is placed in the barrier separating the cathode and the anode space. An electric power source supplies the reactor by non-pulsing DC voltage up to 4 kV and electric current up to 300 mA. The discharge ignition is compared in the reactor with different length of capillary of the same diameter. Measurements are carried out in electrolyte solutions with the same conductivity. Images of plasma streamers and bubble formation are taken by an ICCD camera iStar 734. Electrical characteristics are measured by an oscilloscope LeCroy LT 374 L in order to determine breakdown moments at different experimental conditions.",
  booktitle="19th Symposium on Application of Plasma Processes, Workshop on Ion Mobility Spectrometry, Book of Contributed Papers",
  chapter="97291",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="january",
  pages="171--175",
  type="conference paper"
}