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Electromagnetic Emissions from Atmospheric Pressure Gas Discharges
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1996/04/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: INVITED PAPER (Special Issue on Discharge and Electromagnetic Interference)
EMC, gas discharge, interference, pollution control, electromagnetic pulse,
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Over the past few years, many industrial processes have switched to electrical processes from conventional fossil fuel as a primary energy source, since electricity can be transmitted more economically than the transport of fossil fuels, as well as less pollution problems and labour- and spacesaving nature. For the environmental protections, ozone generation for water treatments, and decomposition of pollution gases such as SOx, NOx, COx, etc., by high pressure gas discharge processes become an important research subject. However, due to the early stage of development, the EMC problem is not yet well considered. In this review, we try to address the EMC problem in the various atmospheric pressure gas discharge processing techniques and identify future needs of research.