—An atmospheric air non-thermal plasma (NTP) device is characterized in relation to ozone production. The electron density, ne
, electron temperature, Te
and ozone concentration are measured for three dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) geometries, i.e., ten tubes of 10 mm outer diameter (OD), six tubes of 25 mm OD, and three tubes of 40 mm OD.ne
are deduced using optical emission spectroscopy via the line ratio method and the ozone concentrations are measured by using an ozone meter.ne
and ozone concentrations were the highest for the three tube-40 mm configuration, showing a correlation between
—Dielectric barrier discharge, environmental treatment, non-thermal plasma, ozone.
Kanesh Kumar Jayapalan, Kailok Lai, and Oihoong Chin are with the Plasma Technology Research Center, Physics Department, University of Malaya, Malaysia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ahmad Zulazlan, Hamdan Hassan, and Mooktzeng Lim are with the Fuels and Combustion section, Generation Unit, TNB Research (TNBR) Sdn. Bhd., Kajang, Malaysia (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: Mooktzeng Lim, Kanesh Kumar Jayapalan, Ahmad Zulazlan Shah Zulkifli, Hamdan Hassan, Kailok Lai, and Oihoong Chin, "Characterization of an Atmospheric Air Non-thermal Plasma Device in Relation to Ozone Production," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 50-54, 2017.