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Investigation of the processes in the plasma torch in the arc heater channel.

Originální název

Investigation of the processes in the plasma torch in the arc heater channel.

Anglický název

Investigation of the processes in the plasma torch in the arc heater channel.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

By means of the mathematical-physical model the measurements on the experimental arc heater with argon as a working gas are investigated. The model is based on mass and energy conservation equations and Ohm’s law. The input data are the experimentally obtained integral quantities of the arc current I (50 – 200 A) and the voltage U (~100 V), the mass flow rate of working gas G (up to 22 gs-1), energy losses of the anode channel Pz, the enthalpy flow on the arc heater output and material functions of argon. The measured and/or computed dependencies are given in diagrams and discussed.

Anglický abstrakt

By means of the mathematical-physical model the measurements on the experimental arc heater with argon as a working gas are investigated. The model is based on mass and energy conservation equations and Ohm’s law. The input data are the experimentally obtained integral quantities of the arc current I (50 – 200 A) and the voltage U (~100 V), the mass flow rate of working gas G (up to 22 gs-1), energy losses of the anode channel Pz, the enthalpy flow on the arc heater output and material functions of argon. The measured and/or computed dependencies are given in diagrams and discussed.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT15420,
  author="Jan {Gregor} and Ivana {Jakubová} and Josef {Šenk} and Zdeněk {Vávra}",
  title="Investigation of the processes in the plasma torch in the arc heater channel.",
  annote="By means of the mathematical-physical model the measurements on the experimental arc heater with argon as a working gas are investigated. The model is based on mass and energy conservation equations and Ohm’s law. The input data are the experimentally obtained integral quantities of the arc current I (50 – 200 A) and the voltage U (~100 V), the mass flow rate of working gas G (up to 22 gs-1), energy losses of the anode channel Pz, the enthalpy flow on the arc heater output and material functions of argon. The measured and/or computed dependencies are given in diagrams and discussed.
	",
  address="Politechnika Lodzka. Poland",
  booktitle="Conference Materials of the 10th Int. Conf. on Switching Arc Phenomena",
  chapter="15420",
  institution="Politechnika Lodzka. Poland",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="161",
  publisher="Politechnika Lodzka. Poland",
  type="conference paper"
}