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Correale, G. (author)
An experimental investigation about nanosecond Dielectric Barrier Discharge (ns-DBD) plasma actuator is presented in this thesis. This work aimed to answer fundamental questions on the actuation mechanism of this device. In order to do so, parametric studies in a quiescent air as well as laminar bounded of free shear layers were performed....
doctoral thesis 2016
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Correale, G. (author), Avallone, F. (author), Yu Starikovskiy, A. (author)
A method to quantify the efficiency of the first two operational stages of a nanosecond dielectric barrier discharge (ns-DBD) plasma actuator is proposed. The method is based on the independent measurements of the energy of electrical pulses and the useful part of the energy which heats up the gas in the discharge region. Energy input is...
journal article 2016
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Avallone, F. (author), Correale, G. (author)
An experimental investigation was conducted on the effective efficiency of a nanosecond Dielectric Barrier Discharge (ns-DBD) plasma actuator. Back-current shunt technique and infrared thermography measurements were carried out at the same time on an upside-down flat plate in a quiescent environment. The only investigated parameter was thickness...
conference paper 2015
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Correale, G. (author), Winkel, R. (author), Kotsonis, M. (author)
An experimental study aimed at the characterization of energy deposition of nanosecond Dielectric Barrier Discharge (ns-DBD) plasma actuators was carried out. Special attention was given on the effect of the thickness and material used for dielectric barrier. The selected materials for this study were polyimide film (Kapton), polyamide based...
journal article 2015
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Correale, G. (author), Popov, I.B. (author), Ratikin, A.E. (author), Starikovskii, A.Y. (author), Hulshoff, S.J. (author), Veldhuis, L.L.M. (author)
An experimental study of flow separation control with a nanosecond pulse plasma actuator was performed in wind-tunnel experiments. The discharge used had a pulse width of 12 ns and rising time of 3 ns with voltage up to 12 kV. Repetition frequency was adjustable up to 10 kHz. The first series of experiments was to measure integral effects of the...
conference paper 2011
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