Characteristics of a Pulse-Periodic Corona Discharge in Atmospheric Air View Full Text


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2018-05-22

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V. F. Tarasenko, E. Kh. Baksht, E. A. Sosnin, A. G. Burachenko, V. A. Panarin, V. S. Skakun

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Pulse-periodic corona discharge in atmospheric air excited by applying a voltage pulse with a subnanosecond or microsecond rise time to a point electrode is studied experimentally. It is shown that, at a voltage rise rate of dU/dt ~1014 V/s, positive and negative ball-shaped streamers with a front velocity of ≥2 mm/ns form near the point electrode. As dU/dt is reduced to 1010−1011 V/s, the streamer shape changes and becomes close to cylindrical. The propagation velocity of cylindrical streamers is found to be ~0.1 mm/ns at dU/dt ~ 2 × 1010 V/s. It is shown that the propagation direction of a cylindrical streamer can be changed by tilting the point electrode, on the axis of which the electric field strength reaches its maximum value. It is established that, for the negative polarity of the point electrode and a microsecond rise time of the voltage pulse, a higher voltage is required to form a cylindrical streamer than for the positive polarity of the point electrode. More... »

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520-532

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