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Dielectric barrier discharge plasma interaction with the airflow over an airfoil

Dielectric barrier discharge plasma interaction with the airflow over an airfoil,10.1109/ICHVE.2010.5640712,Pradeep Moise,M Joy Thomas,Joseph Mathew,K

Dielectric barrier discharge plasma interaction with the airflow over an airfoil  
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The effect of various parameters on the velocity of the induced jet produced by a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) plasma was studied experimentally. The glow discharge was created at atmospheric conditions by using a high voltage RF power supply. Flow visualization and photographic studies of the plasma were performed. The parametric investigation of the characteristics of the plasma show that the width of the plasma in the uniform glow discharge regime was an indication of the velocity induced under stagnant conditions. It was observed that the spanwise overlap of the two electrodes, dielectric thickness, voltage and frequency of the applied voltage are the major parameters that govern the velocity and the extent of plasma in the streamwise direction.
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