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Theoretical-Experimental Investigation of Intensively Blasted Electric Arc

Originální název

Theoretical-Experimental Investigation of Intensively Blasted Electric Arc

Anglický název

Theoretical-Experimental Investigation of Intensively Blasted Electric Arc

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

By means of mathematical-physical model the measurements on the experimental arc heater (plasmatron) with argon as a working gas are investi-gated. Basic principles of the model are mass and energy conservation equations and Ohm's law. The input data are experimentally obtained quantities of the arc current I (50 - 200 A) and voltage U (~110V), the mass flow rate of working gas G (up to 22 g.s-1), energy losses of the anode channel PZ and material functions of argon [3]. The measurements have been made on the experimental plasmatron [1], [4] that allows the determination of the energy losses.

Anglický abstrakt

By means of mathematical-physical model the measurements on the experimental arc heater (plasmatron) with argon as a working gas are investi-gated. Basic principles of the model are mass and energy conservation equations and Ohm's law. The input data are experimentally obtained quantities of the arc current I (50 - 200 A) and voltage U (~110V), the mass flow rate of working gas G (up to 22 g.s-1), energy losses of the anode channel PZ and material functions of argon [3]. The measurements have been made on the experimental plasmatron [1], [4] that allows the determination of the energy losses.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT11133,
  author="Jaroslav {Heinz} and Ivana {Jakubová} and Josef {Šenk} and Milan {Hrabovský}",
  title="Theoretical-Experimental Investigation of Intensively Blasted Electric Arc",
  annote="By means of mathematical-physical model the measurements on the experimental arc heater (plasmatron) with argon as a working gas are investi-gated. Basic principles of the model are mass and energy conservation equations and Ohm's law. The input data are experimentally obtained quantities of the arc current I (50 - 200 A) and voltage U (~110V), the mass flow rate of working gas G (up to 22 g.s-1), energy losses of the anode channel PZ and material functions of argon [3]. The measurements have been made on the experimental plasmatron [1], [4] that allows the determination of the energy losses.",
  address="Paul Sabatier University,",
  booktitle="Proceedings of XVth International Conference on Gas Discharges and their Applications",
  chapter="11133",
  institution="Paul Sabatier University,",
  year="2004",
  month="september",
  pages="129",
  publisher="Paul Sabatier University,",
  type="conference paper"
}