High-speed and Schlieren imaging have been used to visualize ignition transients, discharge behavior and flow fields of a plasma device integrating a low-power inductively coupled plasma torch, generating a high temperature thermal plasma, with a quenching device, able to cool the gaseous effluent down to biocompatible temperatures for effective use in biomedical applications.

High-Speed and Schlieren Imaging of a Low Power Inductively Coupled Plasma Source for Potential Biomedical Applications

BOSELLI, MARCO;CAVRINI, FRANCESCA;COLOMBO, VITTORIO;GHEDINI, EMANUELE;GHERARDI, MATTEO;LAURITA, ROMOLO;LIGUORI, ANNA;SANIBONDI, PAOLO;STANCAMPIANO, AUGUSTO
2014

Abstract

High-speed and Schlieren imaging have been used to visualize ignition transients, discharge behavior and flow fields of a plasma device integrating a low-power inductively coupled plasma torch, generating a high temperature thermal plasma, with a quenching device, able to cool the gaseous effluent down to biocompatible temperatures for effective use in biomedical applications.
Marco Boselli;Francesca Cavrini;Vittorio Colombo;Emanuele Ghedini;Matteo Gherardi;Romolo Laurita;Anna Liguori;Paolo Sanibondi;Augusto Stancampiano
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