Period multiplication and chaotic phenomena in atmospheric dielectric-barrier glow discharges
journal contributionposted on 2009-08-21, 09:07 authored by Y.H. Wang, D.Z. Zhang, De Zhen Wang, Michael G. Kong
In this letter, evidence of temporal plasma nonlinearity in which atmospheric dielectric-barrier discharges undergo period multiplication and chaos using a one-dimensional fluid model is reported. Under the conditions conducive for chaotic states, several frequency windows are identified in which period multiplication and secondary bifurcations are observed. Such time-domain nonlinearity is important for controlling instabilities in atmospheric glow discharges.
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CitationWANG, Y.H. ... et al, 2007. Period multiplication and chaotic phenomena in atmospheric dielectric-barrier glow discharges. Applied Physics Letters, 90 (7), article 071501, pp. 1-3.
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