DBD plasma assisted combustion for 1D flat flame

A.H.E. Elkholy

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Abstract

The potential use of non-equilibrium plasma for ignition and combustion control has garnered increasing interest due to the possibility of plasma-assisted approaches for ignition and flame stabilization. During the past decade, significant progress has been made toward understanding the mechanisms of plasma–chemistry interactions, energy redistribution and the non-equilibrium initiation of combustion. The main ideas are the possibility to apply electric fields for stabilization of the flames, reducing soot formation, increasing flame velocity, extending flammability limits or increasing flame luminosity.For better understanding of plasma-flame interaction, low temperature Non-equilibrium plasma assisted CH4 of a premixed flame will investigate experimentally in a flat Flame burner with a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) Plasma technique. We desire to investigate the effect of RF (radio frequency) plasma on Flame stabilization, Emissions, CH4 oxidation rate, radical and ion formation and their effect on time of flame propagation
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event2015 Aerospace Thematic Workshop on Fundamentals of Aerodynamic Flow and Combustion Control by Plasmas, April 12-17, 2015, Les Houches, France - Les Houches Physics School, Chamonix, France
Duration: 12 Apr 201517 Apr 2015
https://www.eucass.eu/index.php/10-events/15-atw-2015

Conference

Conference2015 Aerospace Thematic Workshop on Fundamentals of Aerodynamic Flow and Combustion Control by Plasmas, April 12-17, 2015, Les Houches, France
Abbreviated titleATW 2015
CountryFrance
CityChamonix
Period12/04/1517/04/15
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