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A Novel All Solid-State Sub-Microsecond Pulse Generator for Dielectric Barrier Discharges

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3 Author(s)
Junfeng Rao ; Inst. of Electr. Light Sources, Fudan Univ., Shanghai, China ; Kefu Liu ; Jian Qiu

This paper presents the design for a novel all solid-state sub-microsecond pulse generator for dielectric barrier discharges (DBDs). This generator consists of a MARX generator, Blumlein transmission lines (BTLs) and one magnetic switch (MS). As a power supply, the all solid-state MARX generator is capable of outputting nanosecond-pulses with a voltage peak of up to 20 KV. The key elements are BTLs which are charged by the MARX generator. Due to the unmatched impedance of DBD load, energy stored in BTLs begins to oscillate through DBD load after the MS turns on. The violent oscillation lasts until all the energy is consumed. During the violent oscillation, over ten discharges are excited in 5 μs under a single-shot condition. Thus, extremely intense plasma can be produced due to the accumulation effect. The alternating-current decaying voltage over the MS has a demagnetization effect, and DC reset circuit can therefore be spared. Experiments with matched resistor load were also carried out, and rectangular pulses with voltage up to 20 kV and duration of 220 ns were obtained. The ratio of the energy consumed by the resistor from the energy stored in the BTLs is 84.9%. The DBD images under a single shot and 100 Hz are presented.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 2013

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