plasma generator

plasma generator

[′plaz·mə ′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(electronics)
Any device that produces a high-velocity plasma jet, such as a plasma accelerator, engine, oscillator, or torch.
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Tenders invited for plasma generator and plasma jet
The new ECOfree 2 cold plasma generator is less cumbersome and more compact than the previous one, as per Tonello's calculations.
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The plasma generator structure of the plasma anemometer is shown in Figure 1, where d is the electrode gap and h is the electrode diameter.
The oxygen is introduced into the afterglow tube just downstream from the plasma generator using an inlet three-way valve.
The PB3 Plasmabrush is a nozzle-type plasma generator which is particularly compact and offers long-term stability.
A locomotive-sized plasma generator sat surrounded by a dense tangle of scaffolding, sensors, gauges, magnets, instruments, cables, and pipes.
Creation of linear DC plasma generator for pyrolysis/gasification of organic materials [interaktyvus], [ziureta 2013 m.
* Digitally controlled plasma generator: For the first time in OES history, the Spectromaxx and Spectrolab plasma generators are fully digitally controlled for more accurate and reproducible spark definition.
The voltage of SDBD plasma generator was 6 kV, current density I A, and frequency 6 kHz.
Special efforts have been made to minimize the erosion of the plasma generator. To avoid a spotty arc attachment on the anode, which would cause a contamination of the plasma flow, a small amount of argon is injected tangentially along the anode contour.