Plasma-Catalytic Treatment of Organic Compounds in Atmospheric Pressure Non-Equilibrium Discharges

Paper #:
  • 982427

Published:
  • 1998-10-19
Citation:
Mutaf-Yardimci, O., Kennedy, L., Nester, S., Saveliev, A. et al., "Plasma-Catalytic Treatment of Organic Compounds in Atmospheric Pressure Non-Equilibrium Discharges," SAE Technical Paper 982427, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/982427.
Pages:
8
Abstract:
Organic compound treatment was considered in two non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure discharges: a preheated pulsed corona discharge and a gliding arc discharge. The pulsed corona discharge with pulse duration of about 100 ns and total power of 10 to 300 W was arranged with possible preheating to temperatures from room to 1200 K. The gliding arc discharge was investigated with total power up to 10 kW. Plasma catalytic effect of chemical conversion of hydrocarbons at relatively low temperatures was experimentally observed.
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