Publication detail

Characterization of a Low-Cost Kilohertz-Driven Plasma Pen Operated in Ar Gas

HORVÁTH, G. MORAVSKÝ, L. KRČMA, F. MATEJČÍK, Š.

Original Title

Characterization of a Low-Cost Kilohertz-Driven Plasma Pen Operated in Ar Gas

English Title

Characterization of a Low-Cost Kilohertz-Driven Plasma Pen Operated in Ar Gas

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This work describes the physical properties of a self-designed kilohertz-driven plasma pen operated in Ar designed for biomedical applications. The special design of the plasma pen resulted in stable operation at gas flow as low as 100 cm^3/min. Important plasma parameters such as electron concentration n_e, electron temperature T_e and gas temperature T_g, and geometry of the discharge jet were estimated using both electric measurements and optical emission spectroscopy.

English abstract

This work describes the physical properties of a self-designed kilohertz-driven plasma pen operated in Ar designed for biomedical applications. The special design of the plasma pen resulted in stable operation at gas flow as low as 100 cm^3/min. Important plasma parameters such as electron concentration n_e, electron temperature T_e and gas temperature T_g, and geometry of the discharge jet were estimated using both electric measurements and optical emission spectroscopy.

Keywords

atmospheric pressure plasma jet, cold plasma, optical emission spectroscopy, plasma temperature

RIV year

2013

Released

01.03.2013

Pages from

613

Pages to

619

Pages count

7

BibTex


@article{BUT97388,
  author="František {Krčma}",
  title="Characterization of a Low-Cost Kilohertz-Driven Plasma Pen Operated in Ar Gas",
  annote="This work describes the physical properties of a self-designed kilohertz-driven plasma pen operated in Ar designed for biomedical applications. The special design of the plasma pen resulted in stable operation at gas flow as low as 100 cm^3/min. Important plasma parameters such as electron concentration n_e, electron temperature T_e and gas temperature T_g, and geometry of the discharge jet were estimated using both electric measurements and optical emission spectroscopy.",
  chapter="97388",
  number="3",
  volume="41",
  year="2013",
  month="march",
  pages="613--619",
  type="journal article - other"
}