誘電体電極上の蓄積電荷により誘起されるDBDの自己組織化現象 [in Japanese] Self Organization Phenomenon of DBD Induced by Accumulated Charges on Dielectric Electrode [in Japanese]
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Regularly arrayed patterns of microdischarge light in dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) and dark spots surrounding glow-like discharge on the dielectric electrode are found in the self-organization phenomenon (SOP). The discharge is generated using a piezoelectric transformer (PT) in the Ar/air mixture. Time-resolved images are captured with an ICCD camera during one cycle of a sinusoidal applied voltage and the voltage-current waveforms are recorded using an oscilloscope. The observed dark spots are the traces of the accumulated charges by the DBD on the dielectric electrode and are considered as the sources of initial charges that induce the next microdischarge development, resulting in the hexagonally-arranged discharge spots.
- IEEJ Transactions on Fundamentals and Materials
IEEJ Transactions on Fundamentals and Materials 129(8), 562-563, 2009-08-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan