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Methods to minimize the global energy cost in experiments with pulsed corona plasmas for pollution control

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1 Author(s)
Georgescu, N. ; Plasma & Radiat. Phys., Nat. Inst. for Laser, Bucharest, Romania

The ¿global¿ energy cost is defined as the plug energy needed to destroy a given pollutant quantity. A minimum global energy cost is obtained if there is a maximum energy transfer from the pulsed high voltage generator (pulser) to the corona plasma, and if the corona plasma destroys a maximum pollutant quantity. The paper presents the research regarding these both components of the global energy cost. Experimental details of the air/water pollution control research and the best results obtained for the global energy cost are presented.

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Gas Discharges and Their Applications, 2008. GD 2008. 17th International Conference on

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7-12 Sept. 2008