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Preliminary Characterisation of Carbon Dioxide and Steam Microwave Plasma Torch for Gasification Applications

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Preliminary Characterisation of Carbon Dioxide and Steam Microwave Plasma Torch for Gasification Applications. / Vecten, Simon; Dawson, Richard; Bimbo, Nuno; Dexter, Amos; Martin, Alastair; Herbert, Ben; Wilkinson, Michael.

2019. Paper presented at 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Naple, Italy.

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Vecten, S, Dawson, R, Bimbo, N, Dexter, A, Martin, A, Herbert, B & Wilkinson, M 2019, 'Preliminary Characterisation of Carbon Dioxide and Steam Microwave Plasma Torch for Gasification Applications', Paper presented at 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Naple, Italy, 10/06/19 - 14/06/19.

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Vecten, S., Dawson, R., Bimbo, N., Dexter, A., Martin, A., Herbert, B., & Wilkinson, M. (2019). Preliminary Characterisation of Carbon Dioxide and Steam Microwave Plasma Torch for Gasification Applications. Paper presented at 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Naple, Italy.

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Vecten S, Dawson R, Bimbo N, Dexter A, Martin A, Herbert B et al. Preliminary Characterisation of Carbon Dioxide and Steam Microwave Plasma Torch for Gasification Applications. 2019. Paper presented at 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Naple, Italy.

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Vecten, Simon ; Dawson, Richard ; Bimbo, Nuno ; Dexter, Amos ; Martin, Alastair ; Herbert, Ben ; Wilkinson, Michael. / Preliminary Characterisation of Carbon Dioxide and Steam Microwave Plasma Torch for Gasification Applications. Paper presented at 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Naple, Italy.4 p.

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abstract = "Microwave-induced plasma (MIP) is an innovative technology with potential application for waste treatment and clean energy generation. The study presents the investigation of an MIP torch operated with carbon dioxide and steam. Optical spectroscopy measurements demonstrate the dissociation of CO2 and H2O molecules. This work shows that the MIP torch can generate a high temperature environment with very active chemical species, making it a promising technology for waste and biomass gasification.",
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T1 - Preliminary Characterisation of Carbon Dioxide and Steam Microwave Plasma Torch for Gasification Applications

AU - Vecten, Simon

AU - Dawson, Richard

AU - Bimbo, Nuno

AU - Dexter, Amos

AU - Martin, Alastair

AU - Herbert, Ben

AU - Wilkinson, Michael

N1 - Conference code: 24

PY - 2019/6/17

Y1 - 2019/6/17

N2 - Microwave-induced plasma (MIP) is an innovative technology with potential application for waste treatment and clean energy generation. The study presents the investigation of an MIP torch operated with carbon dioxide and steam. Optical spectroscopy measurements demonstrate the dissociation of CO2 and H2O molecules. This work shows that the MIP torch can generate a high temperature environment with very active chemical species, making it a promising technology for waste and biomass gasification.

AB - Microwave-induced plasma (MIP) is an innovative technology with potential application for waste treatment and clean energy generation. The study presents the investigation of an MIP torch operated with carbon dioxide and steam. Optical spectroscopy measurements demonstrate the dissociation of CO2 and H2O molecules. This work shows that the MIP torch can generate a high temperature environment with very active chemical species, making it a promising technology for waste and biomass gasification.

UR - https://www.ispc-conference.org/ispcproc/ispc24/481.pdf

M3 - Conference paper

T2 - 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry

Y2 - 10 June 2019 through 14 June 2019

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