Effects of Acoustic Interference of a Flowing Gas on Its Electrical Power Handling Capabilities.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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This work explores the feasibility of enhancing the electrical power handling capabilities of a flowing gas by means of acoustically generated disturbances. Air flowing between electrodes, which are mounted perpendicular to the flow, is excited by acoustic drivers, mounted on two sides of a test section, in an attempt to increase the glow-discharge power input to the electrodes prior to breakdown and subsequent arcing. Author
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