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Streamer discharge

  1. Mar 23, 2012 #1
    i am working on pulsed streamer discharge in liquids and specifically in water as my master project. at this time i am designing my pulse generator and reactor. i have a question about reactor design and specifically about the electrode design and distance between them:
    i want to know for a liquid like wastewater or water itself which is supposed to be treated between electrodes in the reactor, how much should be the peak voltage, peak current and frequency of applied pulsed to the electrodes to guarantee streamer discharge?and also is there any relationship between electrodes configuration(distance of electrodes and shape) and mentioned values( peak voltage, peak current and frequency of applied pulsed)?
    is there any software to calculate these values or at least help to calculate them?
     
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