Electrical Diagnostics of Dielectric Barrier Discharges

TitleElectrical Diagnostics of Dielectric Barrier Discharges
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsF. Peeters, T. Butterworth
EditorA. Nikiforov, Z.Q Chen
Book TitleAtmospheric Pressure Plasma - from Diagnostics to Applications
Chapter2
Paginationchap.2
PublisherIntechOpen Limited
CityLondon, UK
Abstract

Atmospheric pressure dielectric barrier discharges (DBD) has many industrial applications and remains a focus of academic research. This chapter provides a thorough overview of electrical diagnostics for DBD, with a specific focus on charge-voltage measurement techniques. These methods are often underutilised in the existing scientific literature, despite the fact that they can provide useful insights into plasma behaviour. Both optimization of the electrical measurement setup and the interpretation of results are treated in-depth. The diagnostic techniques are discussed for a range of applications, from classic planar DBDs, to catalyst packed beds, plasma actuators, as well as techniques for measuring single microdischarges.
[book: Plasma as the fourth state of matter is an ionized gas consisting of both negative and positive ions, electrons, neutral atoms, radicals, and photons. In the last few decades, atmospheric-pressure plasmas have started to attract increasing attention from both scientists and industry due to a variety of potential applications. Because of increasing interest in the topic, the focus of this book is on providing engineers and scientists with a fundamental understanding of the physical and chemical properties of different atmospheric-pressure plasmas via plasma diagnostic techniques and their applications. The book has been organized into two parts. Part I focuses on the latest achievements in advanced diagnostics of different atmospheric-pressure plasmas. Part II deals with applications of different atmospheric-pressure plasmas.]

URLhttps://www.intechopen.com/books/atmospheric-pressure-plasma-from-diagnostics-to-applications/electrical-diagnostics-of-dielectric-barrier-discharges
DOI10.5772/intechopen.80433
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MaSF

Department

PSFD

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