Multi-Spark Plasma Actuator for Flow Control
Keywords:Spark plasma, optical spectroscopy, spectrum modelling
Plasma properties of spark discharge at multi-electrode actuator, designed for flow control, are discussed. Optical emission spectroscopy is used in investigation of such plasma. No effect of metal particles eroded from electrodes on properties of spark discharge plasma was observed. A method of excitation temperature determination by reconstructing of experimentally registered spectrum of the spark was developed.
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