Effect of a microwave field on the cascade arc light emission

N.T. Gerasimov, R.J. Rosado, D.C. Schram

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Abstract

The effect of a pulsed microwave field on the integral light emission from the argon plasma of a DC atmospheric-pressure cascade arc is investigated experimentally. An intensive light pulse and oscillations of light emission at frequencies of the order of 10 kHz are observed. The shape and amplitude of the light pulse as well as the frequency and amplitude of the oscillations depend on the arc current and on the microwave power in the pulse. A possible mechanism of these phenomena is outlined
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICPIG : International Conference on Phenomena in ionized gases : proceedings, 13th, Berlin, September 12-17, 1977, contributed papers II
Place of PublicationLeipzig, East Germany
PublisherPhysical Society, German Democratic Republic
Pages473-474
Publication statusPublished - 1977

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    Gerasimov, N. T., Rosado, R. J., & Schram, D. C. (1977). Effect of a microwave field on the cascade arc light emission. In ICPIG : International Conference on Phenomena in ionized gases : proceedings, 13th, Berlin, September 12-17, 1977, contributed papers II (pp. 473-474). Leipzig, East Germany: Physical Society, German Democratic Republic.