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Two-Dimensional Modeling of the Active Species Flow Generated by an Atmospheric Plasma Jet

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7 Author(s)
M. Atanasova ; Department of Applied Sciences, ULB, Brussels, Belgium ; E. A. D. Carbone ; D. Mihailova ; J. van Dijk
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A proper description of the flux of active species generated by cold atmospheric-pressure (AP) plasma jets is of crucial importance for plasma applications. To that end, a 2-D fluid model has been constructed to investigate the effect of the coupling between the plasma kinetics and plasma flow. It is shown that pure-argon cold AP RF plasma jets are not only controlled by diffusion losses but also by convective transport of argon molecular ions Ar2+.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 11 )