Dielectric barrier discharges (DBDs) are being studied for a wide range of biomedical and industrial applications. In this work qualitative results coming from synchronized high speed and Schlieren multi-imaging of a unipolar nanosecond-pulsed DBD are presented, with the final aim of showing plasma structure, filaments movement and refractive index gradients in different inter-electrode gaps and counter electrode materials.

High-Speed Multi-Imaging of Repetitive Unipolar Nanosecond-Pulsed DBDs

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

Abstract

Dielectric barrier discharges (DBDs) are being studied for a wide range of biomedical and industrial applications. In this work qualitative results coming from synchronized high speed and Schlieren multi-imaging of a unipolar nanosecond-pulsed DBD are presented, with the final aim of showing plasma structure, filaments movement and refractive index gradients in different inter-electrode gaps and counter electrode materials.
M. Boselli; V. Colombo; E. Ghedini; M. Gherardi; R. Laurita; A. Liguori; P. Sanibondi; A. Stancampiano
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