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“…Microwave + spark Stable leaner combustion and improved stability 80 Radio frequency plasma Improved stability, stable leaner combustion, reduced emissions 81 Microwave + spark Increased lean and rich ignition limits 82 Ozone from dielectric barrier discharge Decreased ignition timing 83 Plasma torch Successful ignition 84 Dielectric barrier discharge + plasma torch Required very low power to produced ignition 85 Laser igniter Effective ignition, remote ignition 86 Nanosecond-pulsed discharge Improved stability, leaner combustion 87,88 Transient plasma igniter Effective ignition, shortened ignition delays 89 Nanosecond-pulsed discharge Produced leaner and effective ignition 90 Nanosecond-pulsed discharge The delay time during ignition was shorter, resulted in a more effective ignition and flame holding 24,91 Laser diode + plasma Resulted in effective production of hydroxide (OH) which improves the combustion process 92 Dielectric barrier discharge Effective soot reduction 93 Dielectric barrier discharge Concurrent soot, NO x , unburned HC, and PAHs reduction 56 Transient plasma igniter Low-temperature ignition 94 Transient plasma igniter Reduced ignition delays, increased in the speed of the flame due to wrinkling 95 limit of engine operation. Flame speeds have been known to be increased by microwave frequency plasmas as well as decreasing ignition time.…”
Section: Plasma Combustion Technologies Significant Findings Referencesmentioning
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“…Microwave + spark Stable leaner combustion and improved stability 80 Radio frequency plasma Improved stability, stable leaner combustion, reduced emissions 81 Microwave + spark Increased lean and rich ignition limits 82 Ozone from dielectric barrier discharge Decreased ignition timing 83 Plasma torch Successful ignition 84 Dielectric barrier discharge + plasma torch Required very low power to produced ignition 85 Laser igniter Effective ignition, remote ignition 86 Nanosecond-pulsed discharge Improved stability, leaner combustion 87,88 Transient plasma igniter Effective ignition, shortened ignition delays 89 Nanosecond-pulsed discharge Produced leaner and effective ignition 90 Nanosecond-pulsed discharge The delay time during ignition was shorter, resulted in a more effective ignition and flame holding 24,91 Laser diode + plasma Resulted in effective production of hydroxide (OH) which improves the combustion process 92 Dielectric barrier discharge Effective soot reduction 93 Dielectric barrier discharge Concurrent soot, NO x , unburned HC, and PAHs reduction 56 Transient plasma igniter Low-temperature ignition 94 Transient plasma igniter Reduced ignition delays, increased in the speed of the flame due to wrinkling 95 limit of engine operation. Flame speeds have been known to be increased by microwave frequency plasmas as well as decreasing ignition time.…”
Section: Plasma Combustion Technologies Significant Findings Referencesmentioning
“…The uniform nanosecond pulsed plasma discharge (NSP) in shock tube experiments demonstrated that plasma can ignite mixtures far below the explosion limit [27][28][29][30]. The subsequent engine tests [31,32] showed that microwave discharge extended engine lean burn limit by 20-30% with a small (50 mJ) energy input. Recent flame experiments [9,[33][34][35] also revealed that flame stabilization, ignition, and extinction limits can also be extended by PAC.…”
Section: Progress Of Plasma Assisted Combustionmentioning
“…Only the fuel near the spark, rather than in the whole cylinder, can be efficiently burned. Recently, microwave ignition (MWI), which is a novel method of ignition, has been widely investigated [1][2][3][4].…”
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