Low temperature plasma-chemical kinetic study for hydrogen

Min Suk Cha, Ramses Snoeckx, Seunghwan Bang

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Applications of plasmas to combustion processes, plasma-assisted combustion, have been extensively investigated for the last couple of decades [1–3]. Particularly, many studies have utilized non-thermal plasmas to augment flame stabilities, to facilitate ignition processes, and to promote a transition to the detonation. Although we have seen significant progress in the aforementioned areas, we still need to explore the fundamental aspects of the plasma-assisted combustion, with particular emphasis on the plasma-chemistry involving hydrocarbons. In the present study, we presented a kinetic study for H2/O2 mixtures to establish a foundation for the plasma-assisted chemical synthesis as well as the plasma-assisted hydrocarbon combustion systems. Note that the chemical effect of a balance gas such as nitrogen, argon, and helium must be considered in future studies
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationISPlasma 2022: 14th Int. Symposium on Advanced Plasma Science and its Applications for Nitrides and Nanomaterials
PublisherISPlasma 2022
StatePublished - Mar 6 2022


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