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Comparison of AC and Nanosecond-Pulsed DBDs in Atmospheric Air

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7 Author(s)
Hui Jiang ; Key Lab. of Power Electron. & Electr. Drive, Beijing, China ; Tao Shao ; Cheng Zhang ; Zheng Niu
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Dielectric-barrier discharge is an important method to produce nonthermal plasma and can be produced by an alternating-current (ac) or pulsed power source. In this paper, by using two power supplies including a 40-kHz ac power source and a 1-kHz unipolar nanosecond-pulsed power of a rise time of 40 ns and a duration of 70 ns, the discharges in open air are created using two liquid electrodes. Images under different conditions are presented for a brief comparison of ac and nanosecond-pulsed excitations.

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