Plasma assisted combustion : Interaction of a flat flame with a nanosecond dielectric barrier discharge plasma

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Abstract

Using of non-equilibrium Plasma-assisted for ignition, combustion and high speed flow applications are rapidly developing in the last decades due to its ability to produce a large amount of radicals and excited species. Which has a great potential in flame stabilization and emission control. Although many studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of plasma to enhance combustion properties, the detailed enhancement mechanism is still highly unknown. Toward a better understanding of the flame behavior under plasma effect, a one dimensional flame structure setup integrated with a non-thermal plasma source has been designed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages62-63
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Keywords

  • Plasma assisted combustion
  • DBD microplasma

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