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Influence of H2O and O-2 on the main discharge mechanism in 50 Hz ac point-plane corona discharge SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 26 (3) | PHYSICS OF PLASMAS
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It is common to identify the internal insulation conditions of Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) insulated equipment by monitoring the concentrations of SF6 decomposition products. Corona discharge can lead to the decomposition of SF6, and thus, a lot of reactions occur in the mixture of SF6 with the impurities H2O and O-2 Even under the same strength of corona discharge, the reactions can cause the decomposition products to differ due to the different concentrations of H2O and O-2. This paper systematically studies the effects of H2O and O-2 on the formation mechanism of SF6 decomposition products from a theoretical perspective. Two coupled zero-dimensional chemical kinetic models were built to investigate the discharge mechanism of 50 Hz ac point-plane corona discharge. By calculating the related contributions of the pathways at different moisture and oxygen contents (from 200 ppm to 5000 ppm), the main chemical process and the influence of the moisture and oxygen contents on the main discharge mechanism are analyzed. Published raider license by AIP Publishing.

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Qingqing , Wang, Xiaohua , Yang, Aijun et al. Influence of H2O and O-2 on the main discharge mechanism in 50 Hz ac point-plane corona discharge [J]. | PHYSICS OF PLASMAS , 2019 , 26 (3) .
MLA Gao, Qingqing et al. "Influence of H2O and O-2 on the main discharge mechanism in 50 Hz ac point-plane corona discharge" . | PHYSICS OF PLASMAS 26 . 3 (2019) .
APA Gao, Qingqing , Wang, Xiaohua , Yang, Aijun , Niu, Chunping , Rong, Mingzhe , Jiao, Lulu et al. Influence of H2O and O-2 on the main discharge mechanism in 50 Hz ac point-plane corona discharge . | PHYSICS OF PLASMAS , 2019 , 26 (3) .
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Global model of an atmospheric-pressure capacitive discharge in helium with air impurities from 100 to 10000 ppm SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 28 (3) | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
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Helium is a common working gas for cold atmospheric plasmas (CAPs) and this is often mixed with other gases, such as oxygen and nitrogen, to increase its reactivity. Air is often found in these plasmas and it can be either introduced deliberately as a precursor or entrapped in systems that operate in open atmosphere. In either case, the presence of small traces of air can cause a profound change on the composition of the plasma and consequently its application efficacy. In this paper, a global model for He + Air CAPs is developed, in which 59 species and 866 volume reactions are incorporated, and a new boundary condition is used for the mass transport at the interface between the plasma and its surrounding air gas. The densities of reactive species and the power dissipation characteristics are obtained as a function of air concentrations spanning from 100 to 10 000 ppm. As the air concentration increases, the dominant cation changes from O-2(+) to NO+ and then to NO2+, the dominant anion changes from O-2(-) to NO2- and then to NO3-, the dominant ground state ROS changes from O to O-3, and the dominant ground state reactive nitrogen species changes from NO to HNO2. O-2 (a) is the most abundant metastable species and its density is orders of magnitude larger than other metastable species for all air concentrations considered in the study. Ion Joule heating is found important due to the electronegative nature of the plasma, which leads to the fast decrease of electron density when the air concentration is larger than 1000 ppm. The generation and loss pathways of important biologically relevant reactive species such as O, O-2(-), O-3, OH, H2O2, NO, HNO2, HNO3 are discussed and differences with the pathways observed in He + O-2 , He + H2O, Ar + Air and pure air plasmas are highlighted. Based on the simulation results, a simplified chemistry set with 47 species and 109 volume reactions is proposed. This simplified model greatly reduces the computational load while maintaining the accuracy of the simulation results within a factor of 2. The simplified chemistry model is computationally much less intensive, facilitating its integration into multidimensional fluid models for the study of the spatio-temporal evolution of He + Air CAPs.

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He plus Air global model plasma

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GB/T 7714 Sun, Bowen , Liu, Dingxin , Iza, Felipe et al. Global model of an atmospheric-pressure capacitive discharge in helium with air impurities from 100 to 10000 ppm [J]. | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY , 2019 , 28 (3) .
MLA Sun, Bowen et al. "Global model of an atmospheric-pressure capacitive discharge in helium with air impurities from 100 to 10000 ppm" . | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 28 . 3 (2019) .
APA Sun, Bowen , Liu, Dingxin , Iza, Felipe , Wang, Sui , Yang, Aijun , Liu, Zhijie et al. Global model of an atmospheric-pressure capacitive discharge in helium with air impurities from 100 to 10000 ppm . | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY , 2019 , 28 (3) .
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Rate constants of C5F10O decomposition reactions at temperatures of 300-3500 K EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 52 (3) | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS
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Five-carbon perfluorinated ketone (C5F10O) has been reported as a remarkable eco-efficient replacement for SF6. To investigate its dielectric strength, thermodynamic properties and decomposition characteristics, accurate compositions of C5F10O discharge plasma arc a prerequisite and can be studied by a chemical kinetic model considering non-equilibrium effects. Rate constants of C5F10O decomposition reactions are the basis for this model but have not been reported yet. Therefore, this paper is devoted to investigating the rate constants of C5F10O decomposition reactions at temperatures of 300-3500K, relevant to electrical breakdown and arc-quenching in high-voltage electrical equipment. The rate constants and equilibrium constants as the function of temperature are computed using the transition state theory on the basis of energies and vibrational frequencies, calculated by the B3LYP/6311G(d,p) method. The dominant reactions generating and/or consuming the species in C5F10O decomposition are also selected by contributions higher than 1%. The results in this paper show that (1) C5F10O decomposition reactions (except for R7) are endothermic and rate constants differ significantly between different reactions, mainly caused by activation energies; (2) at 1500K and above, most rate constants fall in the region from 10(-15) to 10(30) cm(3) mole(-1) s(-1) or s(-1), making it so that the corresponding reactions cannot be neglected in C5F10O plasma models; (3) reactions R5, R11, R12, R14, R29, R32, R33 and R36 mainly contribute to the degradation of the insulating and arc-quenching performance of C5F10O; (4) reaction R2 plays the major role in C5F10O dissociation with the contribution more than 72.2% at temperatures of 300-3500K. To verify the method adopted, thermodynamic properties (entropy, enthalpy and specific heat) of CF2, CF2 CF2, CF3, CF-CF2 and CO are compared with those from NIST-JANAF tables and a good agreement is obtained. This work is expected to provide the input data for the calculation of non-equilibrium C5F10O discharge plasma compositions employing a chemical kinetic model.

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transition state theory rate constants alternative gas for SF6 plasma composition C5F10O

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GB/T 7714 Fu, Yuwei , Rang, Mingzhe , Wang, Xiaohua et al. Rate constants of C5F10O decomposition reactions at temperatures of 300-3500 K [J]. | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS , 2019 , 52 (3) .
MLA Fu, Yuwei et al. "Rate constants of C5F10O decomposition reactions at temperatures of 300-3500 K" . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS 52 . 3 (2019) .
APA Fu, Yuwei , Rang, Mingzhe , Wang, Xiaohua , Yang, Aijun . Rate constants of C5F10O decomposition reactions at temperatures of 300-3500 K . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS , 2019 , 52 (3) .
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The varying characteristics of C5F10O decomposition components at 300 K-3500 K with a chemical kinetic model SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 9 (1) | AIP ADVANCES
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The variation characteristics of C5F10O decomposition components at 300 K - 3500 K are studied with a chemical kinetic model considering neutral reactions. Three chemical kinetic models of SF6 breakdown are built to verify the model adopted (model C) and the results show that ion/electron participated reactions slightly change the molar fractions, which are lower than 10(-14) with little influence on the insulating performance of SF6. Therefore, model C is reasonable to study the varying characteristics of C5F10O decomposition components and thus the molar fractions of C5F10O decomposition products under different temperature decreasing curves and pressures are calculated. The results show that the molar fraction of C5F10O grows to approximately one as temperature declining to 1,500 K and the temperature decreasing rates have similar affects on the relaxation time of the reactions generating C5F10O. And high pressure promotes species recombining to C5F10O by increasing the molar fractions of C5F10O decomposition components. The results can be used to evaluate C5F10O insulating performance. (C) 2019 Author(s).

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GB/T 7714 Fu, Yuwei , Wang, Xiaohua , Yang, Aijun et al. The varying characteristics of C5F10O decomposition components at 300 K-3500 K with a chemical kinetic model [J]. | AIP ADVANCES , 2019 , 9 (1) .
MLA Fu, Yuwei et al. "The varying characteristics of C5F10O decomposition components at 300 K-3500 K with a chemical kinetic model" . | AIP ADVANCES 9 . 1 (2019) .
APA Fu, Yuwei , Wang, Xiaohua , Yang, Aijun , Rong, Mingzhe . The varying characteristics of C5F10O decomposition components at 300 K-3500 K with a chemical kinetic model . | AIP ADVANCES , 2019 , 9 (1) .
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Effect of Cu Vapour on the Physical Property Parameters of CO2 Arc Plasma EI Scopus CSCD PKU
期刊论文 | 2018 , 44 (5) , 1635-1640 | Gaodianya Jishu/High Voltage Engineering
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Due to the advantages of low potential for global warming and high thermal conductivity at low temperatures, CO2 is regarded as a kind of potential alternatives of SF6 and has been gradually adopted by gas circuit breaker serving as an arc-extinguishing medium. The copper vapor from electrode erosion modifies the fundamental characteristics of the arc and consequently affects the interruption performance of circuit breakers. Thus, utilizing the Gibbs free energy minimization method and Chapman-Enskog theory, we calculated fundamental properties of CO2-Cu arc plasma at a pressure of 0.5 MPa and temperature of 2 000~30 000 K and investigated the effects of copper concentration on species compositions, thermal properties and transport coefficients. It is found that the ionization of copper from electrode erosion occurs earlier than other nonmetallic atoms, which increases the electron number density in the mixture even if the copper concentration is small (5%), and consequently the electrical conductivity at low temperature (below 8 000 K) is enhanced with a maximum upgrade of about an order of magnitude. Increasing copper concentrations leads to the increase of mass density and decrease specific heat, viscosity and thermal conductivity in the whole temperature range. However, opposite effects of increasing copper concentrations are observed. The influence of copper vapor of a small proportion (5%) is minimal for fundamental plasma properties except for electrical conductivity unless the copper concentration is evaluated up to 25%. These calculated results have reference values for investigating the effects of copper concentrations on physical property parameters of the CO2 arc and can provide input parameters for magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) models for CO2 arc considering electrode erosion. © 2018, High Voltage Engineering Editorial Department of CEPRI. All right reserved.

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Arc plasma Copper vapor Electron number densities Equilibrium compositions Fundamental characteristics Gibbs free energy minimization Physical property parameters Transport coefficient

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GB/T 7714 Han, Guiquan , Liu, Yang , Liu, Qing et al. Effect of Cu Vapour on the Physical Property Parameters of CO2 Arc Plasma [J]. | Gaodianya Jishu/High Voltage Engineering , 2018 , 44 (5) : 1635-1640 .
MLA Han, Guiquan et al. "Effect of Cu Vapour on the Physical Property Parameters of CO2 Arc Plasma" . | Gaodianya Jishu/High Voltage Engineering 44 . 5 (2018) : 1635-1640 .
APA Han, Guiquan , Liu, Yang , Liu, Qing , Lu, Yanhui , Wang, Xiaohua , Rong, Mingzhe . Effect of Cu Vapour on the Physical Property Parameters of CO2 Arc Plasma . | Gaodianya Jishu/High Voltage Engineering , 2018 , 44 (5) , 1635-1640 .
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Theoretical study of the decomposition mechanism of SF6/Cu gas mixtures EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 51 (42) | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS
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The compositions of SF6 are plasma are contaminated by Cu vapor through electrode erosion and thus affect the performance of the high-voltage SF6 circuit breaker. But the essential data for chemical kinetic models to study the non-equilibrium compositions of SF6/Cu mixtures, namely the decomposition mechanism of SF6/Cu mixtures, is still not clear. Besides, SF6 decomposition products can be used to diagnose insulation faults of GIS and to evaluate the electric life of the SF6 circuit breaker, but the uncertainty of the decomposition mechanism of SF6/Cu mixtures hinders the application of the analysis method of SF6 decomposition products. Therefore, this work is devoted to investigating the decomposition mechanism of SF6/Cu mixtures by means of density functional theory in conjunction with 6-311G(d,p) basis set (for S and F atoms) and Lan12DZ basis set (for the Cu atom). The optimized molecular structures, harmonic vibrational frequencies and energetic information of reactants, intermediate products (IM), transition states (TS) and products are thoroughly studied. And the complete decomposition pathways of SF6/Cu mixtures involving 15 reactions are derived. Detailed potential energy surfaces of SF6 + Cu decomposition reactions are also depicted as a result. Among all the decomposition pathways, the favorable decomposition reactions of SF6 + Cu mixtures are found: reaction R1 contributes more than reaction R2 in the decomposition of SF6 + Cu mixtures due to its lower energy released; reaction R3 is dominant in the decomposition of SF5 + Cu other than multi-step reactions; the chemical processes of SF4 + Cu -> IMx -> TSy (where x stands for 9, 10 and 13, and y denotes 7, 8 and 9) may play the same role in SF4 + Cu decomposition, but the reaction rate of R6 is higher than other reactions; reaction R9 and R11 are relative favorable among SF3 + Cu decomposition reactions; reaction R13 is dominant in the decomposition of SF2 + Cu because of its high potential well. This work hopes to outline a theoretical basis to investigate the non-equilibrium compositions of SF6/Cu arc plasma and the SF6 decomposition products analysis method.

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decomposition mechanism decomposition pathway SF6/Cu mixtures density functional theory

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GB/T 7714 Fu, Yuwei , Wang, Xiaohua , Yang, Aijun et al. Theoretical study of the decomposition mechanism of SF6/Cu gas mixtures [J]. | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS , 2018 , 51 (42) .
MLA Fu, Yuwei et al. "Theoretical study of the decomposition mechanism of SF6/Cu gas mixtures" . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS 51 . 42 (2018) .
APA Fu, Yuwei , Wang, Xiaohua , Yang, Aijun , Rong, Mingzhe , Duan, Jiandong . Theoretical study of the decomposition mechanism of SF6/Cu gas mixtures . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS , 2018 , 51 (42) .
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Combined Diffusion Coefficients in CO2 Thermal Plasmas Contaminated with Cu, Fe or Al EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 38 (5) , 1133-1149 | PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING
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Our work aims at the computation of combined diffusion coefficients in CO2-metal (Cu, Fe, Al) mixtures at a temperature interval of 2000-30,000 K at 0.1 MPa and aims at the investigation of the impact of the concentration and nature of metal vapor (Cu, Fe, Al) on diffusion phenomena. The combined diffusion coefficients have four components, more specifically, combined ordinary diffusion coefficient, combined electric field diffusion coefficient, combined temperature diffusion coefficient and combined pressure diffusion coefficient due to the gradients of the species densities, applied electrical field temperature and pressure. The results indicate that, for Cu and Fe, the combined diffusion coefficients are quite identical under the condition of same metal concentrations (1 and 10% mass concentration). Compared with Cu and Fe under the same metal concentrations (1 and 10%), Al results in a larger enhancement of combined electric field and ordinary diffusion coefficients while smaller enhancement of combined temperature diffusion coefficients. All the combined diffusion coefficients exhibit an upward trend with metal concentrations except for combined electric field, temperature and pressure diffusion coefficients. These three mentioned coefficients are attenuated by the metal vapor above the certain concentration such as, in the case of combined temperature diffusion coefficients, 70% Cu, 70% Fe and 50% Al for CO2-Cu, CO2-Fe and CO2-Al mixtures respectively. Namely, compared with Cu and Fe, less quantity of Al is required to achieve the maximum of combined diffusion coefficients. Maximum peaks for the combined coefficients are shifted to the higher temperature with increasing metal concentrations.

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Plasma arc Diffusion coefficients Metal CO2

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Yang , Zhong, Linlin , Yang, Aijun et al. Combined Diffusion Coefficients in CO2 Thermal Plasmas Contaminated with Cu, Fe or Al [J]. | PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING , 2018 , 38 (5) : 1133-1149 .
MLA Liu, Yang et al. "Combined Diffusion Coefficients in CO2 Thermal Plasmas Contaminated with Cu, Fe or Al" . | PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING 38 . 5 (2018) : 1133-1149 .
APA Liu, Yang , Zhong, Linlin , Yang, Aijun , Wang, Xiaohua , Rong, Mingzhe , Wu, Junhui . Combined Diffusion Coefficients in CO2 Thermal Plasmas Contaminated with Cu, Fe or Al . | PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING , 2018 , 38 (5) , 1133-1149 .
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Numerical simulation of negative point-plane corona discharge mechanism in SF6 gas EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 27 (11) | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
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This paper presents the results of the numerical simulation of negative corona discharge in SF6 at 0.4 Mpa for a point-plane configuration. A 2D axisymmetric model considering three charged species has been investigated with an applied voltage equal to -25 kV. Three drift-diffusion equations coupled with Poisson's equation were solved simultaneously to obtain the temporal and spatial properties of Trichel pulses. The distributions of charged species at different instants of time and the time-dependent total number of charged species have been determined. The characteristics of current pulses with voltages varying from -24 kV to -27 kV were compared and it has been found that the characteristics of the current magnitude and frequency are similar to those in air. The effects of the model coefficients-the ionization coefficient, the attachment coefficient, the mobility of charged species and the secondary emission coefficient-on the characteristics of current pulses have also been studied to investigate the sensitivities of the pulse parameters to these coefficients.

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SF6 negative corona discharge numerical simulation point-plane geometry Trichel pulses

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Qingqing , Niu, Chunping , Adamiak, Kazimierz et al. Numerical simulation of negative point-plane corona discharge mechanism in SF6 gas [J]. | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 27 (11) .
MLA Gao, Qingqing et al. "Numerical simulation of negative point-plane corona discharge mechanism in SF6 gas" . | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 27 . 11 (2018) .
APA Gao, Qingqing , Niu, Chunping , Adamiak, Kazimierz , Yang, Aijun , Rong, Mingzhe , Wang, Xiaohua . Numerical simulation of negative point-plane corona discharge mechanism in SF6 gas . | PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 27 (11) .
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Comparison of dielectric breakdown properties for different carbon-fluoride insulating gases as SF6 alternatives EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 8 (8) | AIP ADVANCES
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As a widely used insulating medium, sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) is a greenhouse gas with very high global warming potential (GWP). Some carbon-fluoride gases have potential to replace SF6 in insulating applications. In order to reveal their different dielectric performance, this paper is devoted to a comparative study of dielectric breakdown properties for SF6 and four carbon-fluoride insulating gases i.e. CF3I, C2F6, C3F8, and c-C4F8 mixed with CO2, N-2, and CF4 based on the numerical solution of Boltzmann equation. The electron energy distribution function (EEDF), reduced ionization coefficients alpha/N, reduced electron attachment coefficients eta/N, and reduced critical electric field strength (E/N)(cr) are compared for various gas mixtures. Generally c-C4F8 presents the largest dielectric strength among the four carbon-fluoride insulating gases whichever buffer gas is mixed, while C2F6 presents the lowest dielectric strength. In terms of (E/N)(cr) and GWP, CF3I is a good eco-friendly insulating medium. However, with the addition of buffer gases, the (E/N)(cr) of CF3I mixtures declines more quickly than other mixtures. It is also found that the mixing of CF4 makes insulating mixtures depend more linearly on the proportions of buffer gas than CO2 and N-2. (C) 2018 Author(s).

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GB/T 7714 Zhong, Linlin , Wang, Jiayu , Wang, Xiaohua et al. Comparison of dielectric breakdown properties for different carbon-fluoride insulating gases as SF6 alternatives [J]. | AIP ADVANCES , 2018 , 8 (8) .
MLA Zhong, Linlin et al. "Comparison of dielectric breakdown properties for different carbon-fluoride insulating gases as SF6 alternatives" . | AIP ADVANCES 8 . 8 (2018) .
APA Zhong, Linlin , Wang, Jiayu , Wang, Xiaohua , Rong, Mingzhe . Comparison of dielectric breakdown properties for different carbon-fluoride insulating gases as SF6 alternatives . | AIP ADVANCES , 2018 , 8 (8) .
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Plasma Jets With Needle-Ring Electrodes: The Insulated Sealing of the Needle and its Effect on the Plasma Characteristics EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 46 (8) , 2942-2948 | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE
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In this paper, in order to obtain an atmospheric-pressure plasma jet with high activity and safe performance, the plasma jets generated with three distinct needle-ring electrodes, i.e., completely covered needle with insulating dielectric, partially covered needle (PCN) with insulating dielectric, and noncovered needle with any insulating dielectric, are studied and compared. Corresponding characteristics of three types of plasma jets are diagnosed and compared under the same excitation conditions. The results show that the PCN electrode is the hest optimized one of three electrodes and presents the best cost performance among them in terms of discharge morphology, safety performance, propagation speed, and concentration of reactive species. It is mainly attributed to the addition of the partial insulating dielectric between the needle electrode and the ring electrode, which would not only effectively limit current rapid growth and prevent the rapid transformation of discharge mode, but also promote the charge overflow and strengthen the chemical activity of the plasma jet.

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safer performance spatial distribution Atmospheric-pressure plasma jet (APPJ) needle-ring electrodes reactive species

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Dingxin , Zhang, Zhiquan , Liu, Zhijie et al. Plasma Jets With Needle-Ring Electrodes: The Insulated Sealing of the Needle and its Effect on the Plasma Characteristics [J]. | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE , 2018 , 46 (8) : 2942-2948 .
MLA Liu, Dingxin et al. "Plasma Jets With Needle-Ring Electrodes: The Insulated Sealing of the Needle and its Effect on the Plasma Characteristics" . | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE 46 . 8 (2018) : 2942-2948 .
APA Liu, Dingxin , Zhang, Zhiquan , Liu, Zhijie , Wang, Bingchuan , Li, Qiaosong , Wang, Xiaohua et al. Plasma Jets With Needle-Ring Electrodes: The Insulated Sealing of the Needle and its Effect on the Plasma Characteristics . | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE , 2018 , 46 (8) , 2942-2948 .
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